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ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 
OF THE 

Mayor and City Council 

OF BALTIMORE . 
PASSED AT THE ANNUAL SESSION 1984-1985 




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ORDINANCES 

ORDINANCES 

PASSED AT THE ANNUAL SESSION 
1984-1985 



No. 265 
(Council No. 58) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING- APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of housing for the elderly on the properties known as 2100-2102 
Madison Avenue as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

By authority of 
Article 30-Zoning 
Sections 4.9-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of housing for the elderly on the properties known as 2100-2102 Madison Avenue 
as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance, under the provisions 
of Sections 4.9-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 
Replacement \^)lume) title "Zoning". 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Couiicil, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator, 

Skc. 3. And be it farther ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect thirty 
days from the date of its passage. 

•Approved January 23. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFLR. Mayor. 



2 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 265 

No. 26() 
(Council No. 1(U) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE DISHES) 

FOR the purpose of requiring aatellile dialiea which are larger liian three FOUR 
f ee t in tiiam c t c r or which e xt e nd mor e than 6 i' re t from a bu i ld i ng o r which a re 
fr ee standing AND MORE THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT b e authoriz e d by th e 
Board of Municipal and Zoning App e a l s AUTHORIZATION BY THE BOARD 
OF MUNICIPAL AND ZONING APPEALS OF: (1) MOUNTED SOLID 
DISHES OVER 4 FEET IN DIAMETER OR PROJECTING OUT MORE 
THAN 6 FEET, (2) MOUNTED MESH DISHES OVER 6 FEET IN DIAM- 
ETER OR PROJECTING OUT MORE THAN 8 FEET, (3) DISHES 
MOUNTED ON THE FRONT HALF OF A ROOF, AND (4) FREE-STAND- 
ING DISHES OVER 6 FEET IN DIAMETER. MORE THAN 10 FEET 
HIGH OR CONSTRUCTED OF SOLID MATERIAL; in all Residence 
Districts, the 0-R District and the B-1 and B-2 Districts and, EXEMPTING 
THE S ATELLITE DISHES OF TAVERNS, ; PERMITTING 12-FOOT DI- 
AMETER DISHES FOR CERTAIN USES WHICH OCCUPY A LOT OF 
NOT LESS THAN 7,500 SQUARE FEET AND FOR TAVERNS; adding 
standards for the Board to consider in the authorization of such uses AND 
PERMITTING SATELLITE DISHES IN S IDE AN D REAR YARDS; AND 
GENERALLY RELATLNG TO SATELLITE DISHES. 

BY repealling and reordaining with amendments 

Article 30 -Zoning 

Sections 4.1-lb-I. 4.1-lc-l, 5.Mb-l, 5.1-lc-l, b.l-U)-3y, 0.1-k-l, 7.1-lb-117, 
7.2-lb-81 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement \'olume, as amended) 

BY adding 

Article 30 -Zoning 

Sections 2.0-8M-14A. 4.1-lb-la. 4.1-lB-lB. 4.1-lB-lC. 4.1-lc-U). 5.1-lbla. 

5.1-lB-lB. 5.1-lB-lC. 5.1-lc-la, ti.l-llh3ya, (i.l-lB-3'JB, 0.1-lB 3*JC. 

6.1-lc-la. 6.3-lb-72. l>.4-lb-23. ll.()-5a-14 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement \'olume. as amended) 

SkcTIon 1. Be it i>rdnini'<i by the Mtiy(tr and City Council of Baltimoir. Tliat 
Section(s) of the Baltimore (.'ity Code (1983 Replacement N'olume. as amended) 
be addeii, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

Article 30 -ZONING 

CHAPTER 2-GENERAL PROVISIONS 

2.U-8 BULK REGULATIONS. 

M. PERMUTED PROJECTIONS AND OBSTRUCTIONS INTO REQUIRED 
YARDS. 



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ORDINANCES 3 

KA. MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE DISHES) . ...SR NOT 
LESS THAN 5 FEET FROM ANY LOT LINE AND NOT LESS THAN 10 FEET 
FROM THE NEAREST DOOR OR WINDOW OF A PRINCIPAL USE R. 

Chapter 4 -Residence Districts 

4.1 R-1 Single Family Residence District. 

lb. Accessory uses. 

1. Accessory radio and television antennas, but not indudiny microwave- 
antennas (satellite disfics), when less than 12 feet above the building on which 
they are mounted. 

in. Acctssvry nttfrv t cave anl r mta^ (sat t llii e dish e s) wh e n 8 4 f ee t or 
krsa — m — dia t n e t e r — at^d — proj e cting — lc*»3 — ihttn — 6 — fret — from — fche — building 
on wliich they arc mount e d. , IF MOUNTED. PROJECTING LE8 S THAN 6 
FEET FROM THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED OR, IF 
FREE S TANDING, LESS THAN 1 ^ 

IB. ACCE S SORY MICROWAVE 
DISHES) WHEN 4 FEET OR MORE IN DIA] 
T HE PREMISES OF A TAVERN . 

lA. ACCESSORY MOUNTED MICROWAVE ANTENNAS 
(SATELLITE DISHES) WHEN 4 FEET OR LESS IN DIAMETER IF CON- 
STRUCTED OF SOLID MATERIAL AND PROJECTING 6 FEET OR LESS 
FROM THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED OR 6 FEET OR 
LESS IN DIAMETER IF CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM 
MESH OR WIRE SCREEN AND PROJECTING 8 FEET OR LESS FROM 
THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED; AND PROVIDED 
THAT THE DISH IS ATfACHED TO THE REAR HALF OF THE ROOF OF 
THE PRINCIPAL BUILDING AT LEAST 5 FEET BEYOND THE CENTER 
LINE OF THE ROOF. 

IB. ACCESSORY FREE STANDING MICROWAVE ANTENNAS 
(SATELLITE DISHES) MOUNTED ON A SINGLE STANCHION WHEN 6 
FEET OR LESS IN DIAMETER AND LESS THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT 
AND CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH (JR WIRE 
SCREEN. 

IC. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE 
DISHES) NOT EXCEEDING 12 FEET IN DIAMETER AND LOCATED ON 
THE PREMISES OF THE FOLLOWING NON-PROFIT OR PUBLICLY 
OWNED INSTITUTIONS: ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, JUNIOR AND 
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS. JUNIOR COLLEGES, COLLEGES, UNIVER- 
SITIES. LIBRARIES, ART GALLERIES, MUSEUMS, AQUARIUMS, 
PLANETARIUMS, CHURCHES, TEMPLES, SYNAGOGUES, CONVENTS. 
SEMINARIES, MONASTERIES, AND MEDICAL FACILITIES; OR WHEN 
LOCATED ON THE PREMISES OF A Ii(3TEL, MOTEL, VFW POST, 
AMERICAN LEGION POST, HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY (JR NURSING 
HOME; PROVIDED THAT THE INSTITUTION OR USE IS LOCATED ON A 



4 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 266 

LOT OF NOT LESS THAN 7,500 SQUARE FEET; AND LOCATED ON THE 
PREMISES OF A TAVERN REGARDLESS OF LOT SIZE. 

Ic. Conditional uses, 

L Accessory radio and television antennas, but not includitiy microuace 
antennas (satellite dishes), when free standing or when they extend higher than 
12 feet above the building on which they are mounted. 

lb. At 'ce ssvry micfoufat^ ant t^ nna^ s , (sat r ll it t dish e s) t che r t fre t standi n g 
AND MORE THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT or tchtn ov e r 8 4 f ee t in diam e t e r or 
wh e n th e y proj e ct mor e than 6 f ee t from th e bui l ding on wh i ch th e y ar c mount e d. 

IB. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE 
DISHES) 

(A) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH CONSTRUCTED OF SOLID 
MATERIAL OVER 4 FEET IN DIAMETER, OR A DISH CONSTRUCTED OF 
SOLID MATERIAL PROJECTING MORE THAN 6 FEET FROM THE 
BUILDING. 

(B) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH CONSTRUCTED OF EX- 
PANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE SCREEN OVER 6 FEET IN DIAM- 
ETER, OR A DISH CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH 
OR WIRE SCREEN PROJECTING MORE THAN 8 FEET FROM THE 
BUILDING. 

(C) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH ON THE FRONT HALF OF 
THE ROOF OF THE PRINCIPAL BUILDING, OR ON THE REAR HALF OF 
THE ROOF LESS THAN 5 FEET BEYOND THE CENTER LINE. 

(D) FREE STANDING SATELLITE DISH MORE THAN 6 FEET 
IN DIAMETER, OR MORE THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT. OR NOT CON- 
STRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE SCREEN. 

Charter 5 -Office-Residence District 
5.1 OR Office-Residence District. 

lb. Accessory uses. 

1. Accessory radio and television antennas, but not i)icludintj niiiroware 
anten)ias (satellite ^lisltesl, when less than 12 feel above the building on which 
they are mounted. 

la. Avv r ssvt '- y rntt - fvutit 'e uttt r nn t ts (satrlht r dish r s} trhtii 8 4 l ee t o r 
l e aa in dia t n e t e r and proj e ct i iig l e ss than 6 f ee t - from th e bui l d i ng on which th e y 
ar e mount e d. . IF MOUNTED, PROJECTING LESS THAN 6 FEET FROM 
T HE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED OR. IF FREE STAND - 
IB. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE 
t>l SI IES) WHEN 4 FEET O R MORE IN DIAM ET ER A ND LOCATED O N 

lA. ACCESSORY MOUNTED MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATEL- 
LITE DISHES) WHEN 4 FEET OR LESS IN DIAMETER IF CON- 
STRUCTED OF SOLID MATERIAL AND PROJECTING 6 FEET OR LESS 



ORDINANCES 5 

FROM THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED OR 6 FEET OR 
LESS IN DIAMETER IF CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM 
MESH OR WIRE SCREEN AND PROJECTING 8 FEET OR LESS FROM 
THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED; AND PROVIDED 
THAT THE DISH IS AITACHED TO THE REAR HALF OF THE ROOF OF 
THE PRINCIPAL BUILDING AT LEAST 5 FEET BEYOND THE CENTER 
LINE OF THE ROOF. 

IB. ACCESSORY FREE STANDING MICROWAVE ANTENNAS 
(SATELLITE DISHES) MOUNTED ON A SINGLE STANCHION WHEN 6 
FEET OR LESS IN DIAMETER AND LESS THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT 
AND CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE 
SCREEN. 

IC. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE 
DISHES) NOT EXCEEDING 12 FEET IN DIAMETER AND LOCATED ON 
THE PREMISES OF THE FOLLOWING NON-PROFIT OR PUBLICLY 
OWNED INSTITUTIONS: ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, JUNIOR AND 
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS, JUNIOR COLLEGES, COLLEGES, UNIVER- 
SITIES, LIBRARIES, ART GALLERIES, MUSEUMS, AQUARIUMS, 
PLANETARIUMS, CHURCHES, TEMPLES, SYNAGOGUES, CONVENTS, 
SEMINARIES. MONASTERIES, AND MEDICAL FACILITIES; OR WHEN 
LOCATED ON THE PREMISES OF A HOTEL, MOTEL, VFW POST, 
AMERICAN LEGION POST, HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY OR NURSING 
HOME; PROVIDED THAT THE INSTITUTION OR USE IS LOCATED ON A 
LOT OF NOT LESS THAN 7,500 SQUARE FEET; AND LOCATED ON THE 
PREMISES OF A TAVERN REGARDLESS OF LOT SIZE. 

Ic. Conditional uses. 

1. Accessory radio and television antennas, but uut including microwave 
anttiDiiis (satellite dishes}, when free standing or when they extend higher than 
\'l feet above the building on which they are mounted. 

la. Acv r ssui ' tj //nr/ ' uictu r antentia s-frnti 

wh e n lii e y pt ' uj cc t ni o f c iha tHr f cc t f r om th e building on which th e y ar e mount e d. 

lA. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE 
DISHES) 

(A) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH CONSTRUCTED OF SOLID 
MATERIAL OVER 4 FEET IN DIAMETER. OR A DISH CONSTRUCTED OF 
SOLID MATERIAL PROJECTING MORE THAN 6 FEET FROM THE 
BUILDING. 

(B) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH CONSTRUCTED OF EX- 
PANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE SCREEN OVER 6 FEET IN DIAM- 
ETER. OR A DISH CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH 
OR WIRE SCREEN PROJECTING MORE THAN 8 FEET FROM THE 
BUILDINc;. 



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(C) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH ON THE FRONT HALF OF 
THE ROOF OF THE PRINCIPAL BUILDING. OR ON THE REAR HALF OF 
THE ROOF LESS THAN 5 FEET BEYOND THE CENTER LINE. 

(D) FREE STANDING SATELLITE DISH MORE THAN 6 FEET 
IN DIAMETER, OR MORE THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT. OR NOT CON- 
STRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE SCREEN. 

Chapter 6 -Business Districts 

6.1 B-1 Neighborhood Business District 

lb. Permitted uses. 

39. Accessory or non-accessory radio and television antennas, but )iot in- 
cluding tnicroware anttinias (satellite dishesK and towers when less than 25 feet 
above the building on which they are mounted. 

J9u. Acc r- ssvry tttivrvuxtt 't tint r nna^i isattllit e dish e s} when H 4 f ee t or 
l e sa in diam e t e r and proj e cting l e aa than 6 I' er t from th e bui l ding un wh i ch ih c y 
ar c mount e d. , IF MOUNTED, PROJECTING LESS THAN 6 FEET FROM 
THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED OR, IF FREE STAND - 
ING, LESS THAN lU FEET IN HEIGHT. 

3 ' JB. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS ( S ATELLITE 
DISHES) WHEN 4 FEET OR MORE IN DIAMETER AND LUC. - vTED O N 
THE PREMISE S OF A TAVERN. 

39A. ACCESSORY MOUNTED MICROWAVE ANTENNAS 
(SATELLITE DISHES) WHEN 4 FEET OR -LESS IN DIAMETER IF CON- 
STRUCTED OF SOLID MATERIAL AND PROJECTING 6 FEET OR LESS 
FROM THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED OR 6 FEET OR 
LESS IN DIAMETER IF CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM 
MESH OR WIRE SCREEN AND PROJECTING 8 FEET OR LESS FROM 
THE BUILDING ON WHICH THEY ARE MOUNTED; AND PROVIDED 
THAT THE DISH IS AIT ACHED TO THE REAR HALF OF THE ROOF OF 
THE PRINCIPAL BUILDING AT LEAST 5 FEET BEYOND THE CENTER 
LINE OF THE ROOF. 

39B. ACCESSORY FREE STANDINCi MICROWAVE ANTENNAS 
(SATELLITE DISHES) MOUNTED ON A SINGLE STANCHION WHEN 6 
FEET OR LESS IN DIAMETER AND LESS THAN U) FEET IN HEIGHT 
AND CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE 
SCREEN. 

3yC. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE 
DISHES) NOT EXCEEDING 12 FEET IN DIAMETER AND LOCATED ON 
THE "PREMISES OF THE FOLLOWING NGN-PROFIT OR PUBLICLY 
OWNED INSTITUTIONS: ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, JUNIOR AND 
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS. JUNIOR COLLEGES. COLLEGES. UNIVER- 
SITIES. LIBRARIES. ART GALLERIES. MUSEUMS, AQUARIUMS, 
PLANETARIUMS. CHURCHES. TEMPLES. SYNAGOGUES. CH)N\ENiS. 
SEMINARIES. MONASTERIES. AND MEDICAL FACILITIES; OR WHEN 
LOCATED ON THE PREMISES OF A HOTEL, MOTEL, \FW POST. 
AMERICAN LEGION POST, HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY OR NURSING 
HOME; PRO\IDED THAT THE INSTITUTION OR USE IS LOCATED ON A 



ORDINANCES 7 

LOT OF NOT LESS THAN 7,500 SQUARE FEET; AND LOCATED ON THE 
PREMISES OF A TAVERN REGARDLESS OF LOT SIZE. 

Ic. Conditional uses. 

1. Accessory or non-accessory radio and television antennas, but nut in- 
cluditig nticroivare antennas (satellite dishes), and towers when free standing or 
when they extend higher than 25 feet above the building on which they are 
mounted. 

in. Acvessury mtci ' vu ' tii -r; antennae (sattllit c dish e s) whttifrte standing 
AND MORE THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT vr when we ,- 8 4 f ee t in diam e t e r or 
wh e n th e y proj e ct mor e than 6 f ee t from th e building on which th e y ar e mou t ited. 

lA. ACCESSORY MICROWAVE ANTENNAS (SATELLITE 
DISHES) 

(A) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH CONSTRUCTED OF SOLID 
MATERIAL OVER 4 FEET IN DIAMETER, OR A DISH CONSTRUCTED OF 
SOLID MATERIAL PROJECTING MORE THAN 6 FEET FROM THE 
BUILDING. 

(B) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH CONSTRUCTED OF EX- 
PANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE SCREEN OVER 6 FEET IN DIAM- 
ETER, OR A DISH CONSTRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH 
OR WIRE SCREEN PROJECTING MORE THAN 8 FEET FROM THE 
BUILDING. 

(C) MOUNTED SATELLITE DISH ON THE FRONT HALF OF 
THE ROOF OF THE PRINCIPAL BUILDING. OR ON THE REAR HALF OF 
THE ROOF LESS THAN 5 FEET BEYOND THE CENTER LINE. 

(D) FREE STANDING SATELLITE DISH MORE THAN 6 FEET 
IN DIAMETER. OR MORE THAN 10 FEET IN HEIGHT, OR NOT CON- 
STRUCTED OF EXPANDED ALUMINUM MESH OR WIRE SCREEN. 

6.3 B-3 Community Commercial District 
ll>. Permitted uses. 

7J. Accesstiry nr niin-acctssory )nicrou<ii'e antennas (satellite dishes). 

6.4 B-4 Central Business district 
ll>. Pernuiled uses. 

Ji.-Aceessiii'tf or non-arcc^snry ntirruirare antennas (satellite dishesi 

Chapter 7 -Industrial Districts 
7.1 Ml Industrial Disiriels 
11). Permitted uses. 



8 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 2Gii 

117. Accessory or non-accessory radio and television antennas, lucluduiy 
ifiicroware luitennas (satellite dishes), and towers wlien less than 25 feet above 
the building on which they are mounted. 

7.2 M-2 Industrial District. 

lb. Permitted uses. 

81. Accessory or non-accessory radio and television antennas, including 
niicruimve luiteunas (satellite dishes), and towers when free standing or when 
they extend higher than 25 feet above the building or which they are mounted. 

Chapter 11 -Administration and Enforcement 

11.0-5 Standards. 

a. Standards for conditional uses. 

H. In the case of the placement or erection of)nicrowave antennas (satellite 
dishes), the Board MAY CONSIDER THE QUALITY OF SIGNAL RECEP- 
TION BUT must find that the antenna will not interfere with the rights of the ad- 
jacent and }ieighboring properties to light, air and sun. In addition, the Board 
may specify the placement of the antenna and require screening. 

SEC. 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THE PROVISIONS OF 
THIS ORDINANCE ARE HEREBY DECLARED TO BE SEVERABLE. IF 
ANY WORD, PHRASE, CLAUSE, SENTENCE, PARAGRAPH, SECTION 
OR PART IN OR OF THIS ORDINANCE, OR THE APPLICATION 
THEREOF TO ANY PERSON OR CIRCUMSTANCE, IS DECLARED IN- 
VALID, THE REMAINING PROVISIONS AND THE APPLICATION OF 
SUCH PROVISIONS TO OTHER PERSONS OR CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL 
NOT BE AFFECTED THEREBY BUT SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE 
AND EFFECT, THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL HEREBY DECLARING 
THAT THEY WOULD HAVE ORDAINED THE REMAINING PROVISIONS 
OF THIS ORDINANCE WITHOUT THE WORD. PHRASE. CLAUSE, 
SENTENCE, PARAGRAPH, SECTION OR PART, OR THE APPLICATION 
THEREOF, SO HELD INVALID. 

Sec. 2 3. A)id be it further ordai)ted, That this ordinance shall take effect thirty 
dayd from th e dat e of ita passag e ON THE DATE OF ITS ENACTMENT. 

.Appi-oved January 23, U)85 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFKK. M<njur. 



ORDINANCES 9 

No. 267 
(Council No. 459) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

STREET ENCROACHMENT-3658 MALDEN AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the construction and maintenance of 2 steps 
projecting 26" and 18 'A" into the public right of way on the south side of 3658 
Maiden Avenue. 

BY authority 

Article 32 -Baltimore City Building Code 
Section 310.2 

Baltimore City Code (1982 Supplement to the Building Code of Baltimore 
City) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the construction and maintenance of 2 sets of steps is hereby authorized on the 
south side of the property known generally as 3658 Maiden Avenue. One set of 
steps shall project 26 inches into the public right of way and shall be 9 feet 6V2 
inches long. The other set of steps shall project I8V4 inches into the public right 
of way and shall be 9 feet 3 inches long. Both sets of steps shall be constructed of 
brick. Except as in this ordinance specifically provided, all ordinances and all 
rules of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore shall be complied with in the 
construction and use' of these steps. 

Ski . 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
dale of its enactment. 



Approved JaJiuary 23. 19h5 



WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFER. Mayor. 



No. 268 
(Council No. 4<)9) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



URBAN RENEWAL -WASHINGTON HILL-CHAPEL- 
AMENDMENT 8 TO THE URBAN RENEWAL PLAN 

FOR the- purpose of amending the Urban Renewal Plan for Washington Hill- 
Chapel to, among other things, EXPAND THE PROJECT BOUNDARIES 
TO INCLUDE THE BLOCKS BOUNDED BY FAIRMOUNT AVENUE, 
DUNCAN, LAMLEY, CHESTER, FAYETTE, AND WASHINGTON 
STREETS; authorize the acquisition, by purchase or by condemnation, of cer- 
tain properties; modify and/or create certain development parcels and stand- 
ards and controls; expand the uses permitted under Community Commercial; 



10 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 268 

change the land use of certain properties; revise certain sections referring to 
the Housing Code and the Zoning Ordinance; eUminate references to specific 
non-conforming properties; add a provision regarding sandblasting of 
masonry facades; revise provisions relating to Signs; authorize the Commis- 
sioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development to waive 
certain non-residential rehabilitation standards; provide penalties for violating 
the revised rehabilitation standards; revise or eliminate certain Exhibits; 
waive such requirements, if any, as to content or procedure for the prepara- 
tion, adoption and approval of Renewal Plans as set forth in Article 13 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) which the 
amended Urban Renewal Plan for Washington Hill-Chapel may not meet; pro- 
vide for the separability of the various parts and applications of this Or- 
dinance; provide that where the provisions of this Ordinance shall conflict with 
any other ordinance, code or regulation in force in the City of Baltimore, the 
provision which establishes the higher standard shall prevail; and provide for 
an effective date hereof. 

Whereas, an Urban Renewal Plan for Washington Hill-Chapel was first ap- 
proved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 40, dated 
April 26, 1972 and amended by Ordinance No. 314, dated May 3, 1973. Or- 
dinance No. 736, dated October 17, 1974, Ordinance No. 848, dated April 7, 
1975, Ordinance No. 114, dated June 30, 1976, Ordinance No. 2^7, dated 
February 28, 1977, Ordinance No. 354, dated June 27, 1977 and Ordinance No. 
818, dated July 10, 1978; and 

Where.as, it is necessary to amend the Urban Renewal Plan for Washington 
Hill-Chapel to allow implementation of two THREE major proposed devel- 
opments in the area -CONSTRUCTION OF 5 INFILL HOUSES ON A 
BLIGHTING PROPERTY IN THE 2100 BLOCK OF E. FAIRMOUNT 
AVENUE, rehabilitation of 10 deteriorated structures for residential and artist 
studio related uses in the 1400 block of E. Baltimore Street and commercial 
development in the unit block of S. Eden Street as well as to include other changes 
in order to reflect actual development in the Washington Hill-Chapel area which 
has occurred since the last amendment in 1978 and to include various items to up- 
date and standardize certain provisions in all Urban Renewal Plans; and 

Wheke.as, pursuant to Article 13 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replace- 
ment Volume, as amended), no substantial change or changes shall be made in 
any Renewal Plan, after approval by ordinance, without such change or changes 
first being adopted and approved in the same manner as set forth in said Article 
13 for the approval of a Renewal Plan, namely the preparation of such change or 
changes by the Department of Housing and Community Development, the ap- 
proval of such change or changes by the Director of the Department of Planning, 
and api)roval and adoption by an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner set forth in 
said Article 13; and 

Where.\s, extensive changes in said Urban Renewal Plan make it infeasible to 
make line-by-line changes; therefore, the Department of Housing and Commu- 
nity Development has prepared an amended Urban Renewal Plan for 
Washington Hill-Chapel, revised to include Amendment No. 8, dated September 
12. 1984 AND FURTHER REVISED DECEMBER 17. 1984; and 



ORDINANCES 11 

Whereas, said amended Urban Renewal Plan for Washington Hill-Chapel has 
been approved by the Director of the Department of Planning with respect to its 
conformity as to the Master Plan, the detailed location of any public im- 
provements proposed in the amended Renewal Plan, its conformity to the rules 
and regulations for subdivisions, and its conformity to existing zoning classifica- 
tions; and said amended Renewal Plan has been approved and recommended to 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by the Commissioner of the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development; now, therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the amended Urban Renewal Plan for Washington Hill-Chapel, identified as "Ur- 
ban Renewal Plan Washington Hill-Chapel . . . revised to include Amendment 
No. 8. dated September 12, 1984 AND FURTHER REVISED DECEMBER 17, 
1984" is hereby approved and the Clerk of the City Council is hereby directed to 
file a copy of said amended Urban Renewal Plan with the Department of 
Legislative Reference as a permanent public record and make the same available 
for public inspection and information. 

SEC. 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THE BOUNDARIES 
OF THE WASHINGTON HILL-CHAPEL URBAN RENEWAL AREA 
SHALL BE REVISED TO INCLUDE THE BLOCKS BOUNDED BY FAIR- 
MOUNT AVENUE, DUNCAN, LAMLEY, CHESTER. FAYETTE, AND 
WASHINGTON STREETS; THEREFORE, SECTION 2 OF ORDINANCE 
818, DATED JULY 10, 1978, IS HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS 
FOLLOWS: 

•BEGINNING FOR THE SAME AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE 
SOUTH SIDE OF GOUGH STREET AND THE WEST SIDE OF CENTRAL 
AVENUE; THENCE BINDING ON THE WEST SIDE OF CENTRAL 
AVENUE NORTHERLY TO INTERSECT AN EXTENDED LINE 
FORMED BY THE NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF BUREAU OF 
SURVEYS BLOCK 1322/26/27, LOT NO. 1; THENCE RUNNING ON SAID 
EXTENDED LINE IN A NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION TO IN- 
TERSECT THE EASTERN PROPERTY LINE OF SAID LOT NO. 1; 
THENCE BINDING ON THE EASTERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT NO. 1 
IN A SOUTHERLY DIRECTION TO INTERSECT THE NORTH SIDE OF 
EAST FAYETTE STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE NORTH SIDE 
OF EAST FAYETTE STREET NORTHEASTERLY TO INTERSECT THE 
WESTERN PROPERTY LINE OF BUREAU OF SURVEYS BLOCK NO 
1322/26/27, LOT NO. 3; THENCE BINDING IN A NORTHERLY DIREC- 
TION ON THE WESTERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT NO. 3 TO IN- 
TERSECT THE NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT NO. 3; THENCE 
BINDING ON THE NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT NO. 3. AND 
LOT NO. 4 OF SAID BLOCK, NORTHEASTERLY TO INTERSECT THE 
WESTERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT NO. 5 ON SAID BLOCK; THENCE 
BINDING ON THE WESTERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT NO. 5 NORTH- 
ERLY TO INTERSECT THE NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT NO. 
5; THENCE BINDING ON THE NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT 
NO. 5 IN A GENERAL EASTERLY DIRECTION, TO INTERSECT THE 
WEST SIDE OF NORTH CAROLINE STREET; THENCE BINDING ON 



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THE WEST SIDE OF NORTH CAROLINE STREET NORTHERLY TO AN 
EXTENDED LINE FORMED BY THE SOUTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF 
BUREAU OF SURVEYS BLOCK 1319; THENCE BINDING ON SAID EX- 
TENDED LINE SOUTHEASTERLY TO INTERSECT THE NORTH SIDE 
OF EAST FAYETl'E STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE NORTH 
SIDE OF EAST FAYETTE STREET NORTHEASTERLY TO IN- 
TERSECT THE WESTERN PROPERTY LINE OF BUREAU OF 
SURVEYS BLOCK NO. 1318, LOT NO. 1/7; THENCE BINDING IN A 
NORTHERLY DIRECTION TO INTERSECT THE SOUTH SIDE OF 
MULLIKIN STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF 
MULLIKIN STREET WESTERLY TO INTERSECT THE WEST SIDE OF 
IRON ALLEY; THENCE BINDING NORTHERLY ON THE WEST SIDE 
OF IRON ALLEY TO INTERSECT THE SOUTH SIDE OF ORLEANS 
STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF ORLEANS 
STREET EASTERLY TO INTERSECT THE EAST SIDE OF BROAD- 
WAY; THENCE BINDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF BROADWAY 
SOUTHERLY TO INTERSECT THE NORTH SIDE OF EAST FAYETTE 
STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF EAST 
FAYETTE STREET EASTERLY TO INTERSECT THE WEST SIDE OF 
NORTH WOLFE STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE WEST SIDE OF 
NORTH WOLFE STREET NORTHERLY TO INTERSECT THE 
CENTERLINE OF ORLEANS STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE 
CENTERLINE OF ORLEANS STREET EASTERLY TO INTERSECT 
THE CENTERLINE OF NORTH WOLFE STREET; THENCE BINDING 
ON THE CENTERLINE OF NORTH WOLFE STREET NORTHERLY TO 
INTERSECT THE NORTH SIDE OF ORLEANS STREET; THENCE 
BINDING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF ORLEANS STREET EASTERLY TO 
INTERSECT THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH CASTLE STREET; THENCE 
BINDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH CASTLE STREET 
SOUTHERLY TO INTERSECT THE NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF 
BUREAU OF SURVEYS BLOCK 1686, LOT 57; THENCE BINDING ON 
SAID NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE EASTERLY TO INTERSECT THE 
WEST SIDE OF A 10' ALLEY; THENCE BINDING ON THE WEST SIDE 
OF SAID 10' ALLEY SOUTHERLY TO THE NORTHERN PROPERTY 
LINE OF BUREAU OF SURVEYS BLOCK 1685, LOT 43; THENCE BIND- 
ING ON SAID NORTHERN PROPERTY LINE WESTERLY TO IN- 
TERSECT THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH CASTLE STREET; THENCE 
BINDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF NORTH CASTLE STREET 
SOUTHERLY TO INTERSECT THE NORTH SIDE OF EAST FAYETl^E 
STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF EAST 
FAYETTE STREET (WESTERLY] EASTERLY TO INTERSECT THE 
CEXTER LIXE OE WRTH CHESTER STREET; THENCE BIXDIXG OX 
THE CEXTER LIXE OE XORTH CHESTER STREET SOUTHERLY TO 
LXTERSECT A LL\E EXTEXDIXG THE SOUTH SIDE OE LAMLEY 
STREET: THEXCE BIXDIXG OX SAID LIXE AXD OX THE SOUTH SIDE 
OE LAMLEY STREET EASTERL Y TO IXTERSECT THE WEST SIDE OE 
DUXCAX STREET: THEXCE BIXDIXG OX THE WEST SIDE OE DUX- 
CAX STREET SOUTHERLY TO IXTERSECT THE XORTH SIDE OE 
EAIRMOUXT AVEXUE: THEXCE BIXDIXG OX THE XORTH SIDE OE 
EAIRMUUXT AVEXUE WESTERLY TO INTERSECT THE EAST SIDE 



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OF NORTH WASHINGTON STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE EAST 
SIDE OF NORTH WASHINGTON STREET SOUTHERLY TO IN- 
TERSECT THE SOUTH SIDE OF EAST LOMBARD STREET; THENCE 
BINDING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF EAST LOMBARD STREET 
WESTERLY TO INTERSECT THE EAST SIDE OF BROADWAY; 
THENCE BINDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF BROADWAY SOUTHERLY 
TO INTERSECT THE SOUTH SIDE OF PRATT STREET; THENCE 
BINDING WESTERLY ON THE SOUTH SIDE'OF PRATT STREET TO 
INTERSECT THE WEST SIDE OF BETHEL STREET; THENCE BIND- 
ING ON THE WEST SIDE OF BETHEL STREET NORTHERLY TO IN- 
TERSECT THE SOUTH SIDE OF LOMBARD STREET; THENCE BIND- 
ING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF LOMBARD STREET WESTERLY TO IN- 
TERSECT THE WEST SIDE OF SPRING STREET; THENCE BINDING 
ON THE WEST SIDE OF SPRING STREET SOUTHERLY TO IN- 
TERSECT THE SOUTH SIDE OF PRATT STREET; THENCE BINDING 
WESTERLY ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF PRATT STREET TO INTERSECT 
THE EAST SIDE OF EDEN STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE EAST 
SIDE OF SAID EDEN STREET SOUTHERLY TO INTERSECT THE 
SOUTH SIDE OF GOUGH STREET; THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTH 
SIDE OF GOUGH STREET WESTERLY TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. 

Sec. 2 3. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary to acquire, by purchase 
or by condemnation, for urban renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any 
lesser interest in and to certain properties or portions thereof, together with all 
right, title, interest and estate that the owner or owners of said property interest 
may have in all streets, alleys, ways or lanes, public or private, both abutting the 
whole area described and/or contained within the perimeter of said area, situate 
in Baltimore City, Maryland, and described as follows: 

1426-28 E. Baltimore Street 
1430 E. Baltimore Street 
1432 E. Baltimore Street 
1434 E. Baltimore Street 
1436 E. Baltimore Street 
1438 E. Baltimore Street 
1440 E. Baltimore Street 
1442 E. Baltimore Street 
1444 E. Baltimore Street 
1446 E. Baltimore Street 

8 S. Eden Street 
10-36 S. Eden Street 
38 S. Eden Street 
40 S. Eden Street 

5 N. Spring Street 
7 N. Spring Street 

9 N. Spring Street 
11 N. Spring Street 

1421 Ten Pin Alley 

Sk( . a 4. And be it/urtficr urdained. That the Real Estate Acquisition Division 
of the Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons and in such 



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manner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested in it by 
Article V, Section 5 of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter from time to 
time designate, is or are authorized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore and for the purposes described in this Ordinance, the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to the properties or portions thereof 
hereinabove mentioned. If the said Division, person or persons is or are unable to 
agree with the owner or owners on the purchase price for said properties or por- 
tions thereof, it or they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Baltimore City, 
who shall thereupon institute in the name of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to said properties or portions 
thereof. 

Sec. 4 5. And be it further ordained. That the boundaries, land uses, and 
disposition of certain development parcels shall be modified and certain new 
development parcels for Residential and Community Commercial use shall be 
created, all as shown in said amended Urban Renewal Plan in the Appendix en- 
titled "Properties for Acquisition and Disposition for Rehabilitation" and on Ex- 
hibit 3, Land Disposition, dated as revised September 12, 1984 AND FURTHER 
REVISED DECEMBER 17, 1984. 

Sec. e 6. And be it further ordained, That the revisions to and the newly 
created standards and controls on landscaping, signs, permitted uses for 
development parcels, as contained in said amended Urban Renewal Plan under 
Section B.2.a "Provisions Applicable to Land to be Acquired" are hereby approved. 

Sec. 6 7. Ayid be it further ordained, That the Community Commercial land use 
category shall be expanded to include the following additional permitted uses as 
contained in Section B.l.d of said amended Urban Renewal Plan: 

artist's studios, artisan's and craftwork, restaurants including live entertain- 
ment and dancing, art supply stores, music schools, art galleries, art studios, 
sculpture gardens, music studios, dance studios, and warehousing and 
wholesaling establishments. 

Sec. 7 8. And be it further ordained. That the land use changes from Residen- 
tial to Community Commercial for properties in the block bounded by Ten Pin 
Alley, N. Caroline, E. Baltimore, and N. Spring Streets and the block bounded by 
S. Central Avenue, E. Lombard, S. Eden, and E. Baltimore Streets- as shown in 
said amended Urban Renewal Plan on Exhibit 1- General Land Use Plan, dated 
as revised September 12, 1984 AND FURTHER REVISED DECEMBER 17, 
1984, are hereby approved. 

Sec. 8 9. And be it further ordained. That the revisions to the following sec- 
tions of said Urban Renewal Plan in order to clarify references to, terminology- 
in, and procedural requirements of the Housing Code of Baltimore City and'or 
the Zoning Ordinance of Baltimore City [Articles 13 and 30, respectively of the 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement \'olume, as amended)] are hereby ap- 
proved. 

Section B.l.g. entitled "Non-Conforming" 
Section B.l.h entitled "Non-Complying^" 
Section C.6. entitled "Zoning" 



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Section l.r. of the Residential Rehabilitation Standards in Appendix A entitled 
"Property Rehabilitation Standards" 

Sec. 9 10. And be it further ordained, That the listing of specific Non- 
Conforming properties (Appendix B) and their designation on the Zoning 
Districts Exhibit in said Urban Renewal Plan shall be eliminated. 

Sec. 1^ 11. And be it further ordained, That the following provision on sand- 
blasting of masonry facades shall be applied to all properties in Washington Hill- 
Chapel and shall be incorporated into said amended Urban Renewal Plan in Ap- 
pendix A entitled "Property Rehabilitation Standards"; 

"Over and above the codes and ordinances of the City of Baltimore, cleaning of 
masonry facades by means of sandblasting shall not be permitted, except 
where sandblasting is determined by the Commissioner of the Department of 
Housing and Community Development to be the only feasible means of surface 
cleaning of masonry and where, in the Commissioner's opinion, it will not 
cause damage to historic building materials." 

Sec. 44 12. And be it further ordained, That the provisions relating to signs set 
forth in the section on Non-Residential Rehabilitation Standards of Appendix A: 
Property Rehabilitation Standards shall be revised. Therefore, lines 30 through 
40 on page 9 and line 13, page 11 through line 52, page 12 of Section 4 of 
Ordinance 354, dated June 27, 1977 are hereby amended to read as follows: 

lines 30 through 40 -page 9 

"[(5) Show windows shall not be painted for advertising purposes nor as iden- 
tification of the place of business except as permitted under "Secondary Signs." 

((6) Likewise, no] (5) No temporary or permanent sign affixed [of] or placed 
againet the inside surface of a show window shall exceed 20% of the area of that 
show window. 

((7)] (6) Decalcomanias one square foot or less in area may be affixed to show 
windows or entrance doors, [when same are supplied by national and local credit 
cards coinpanies and carry no text or message other than the identification of 
such companies.]" 

line 13 -page 11 through line 52 -page 12 

"q. Signs 

(1) (No signs other than those identifying the property where they are installed 
or identifying the use conducted therein shall be permitted. Advertising by 
material or product manufacturers and suppliers shall not be permitted except as 
primary identification of an establishment.) 

All lighting and electrical elements such as wires, conduits, junction boxes, 
transformers, ballasts, switches, and panel bo.xes shall be concealed from view as 
much as possible. 

(2) Flat Signs 



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Flat signs shall be placed parallel to the building face and shall not project more 
than 12" from the surface of the building. Signs on the front and side facades 
shall not exceed in area three feet times the width in feet of the frontage of the 
building, and shall be placed no higher than the bottom of the second story win- 
dow where windows exist or 13 feet above grade level, whichever is lower. In the 
case of corner properties, each facade is to be calculated separately as to size 
allowed for each. 

Lettering applied to ground floor show windows or entrance doors shall be per- 
mitted providing that characters do not exceed two and one-half inches in 
height.f, and the text is limited to identification of business.] Signs (identifying 
the occupant] shall be permitted at delivery entrance doors but shall not exceed 
six square feet in size. 

(3) Projecting Signs 

Projecting signs shall not extend more than seven feet beyond the building sur- 
face. 

(4) Painted Signs and Cut-Out Letters 

Painted signs on building surfaces or use of separate cut-out letters shall be 
permitted in accordance with the above limits for tlat signs. 

(5) Secondary Signs 

Non-illuminated secondary signs shall [be permitted for the identification of 
commercial tenants occupying the upper tloors of a building. Such signs shall] not 
exceed one square foot in area and shall not project more than one inch beyond 
the surface of the building, nor shall they be placed higher than 13 feet above 
grade level." 

Sec. 12 13. And be it further ordained, That the following provision regarding 
waiver of rehabilitation standards for non-residenlial properties shall be incor- 
porated into said amended Urban Renewal Plan in Appendix A "Property 
Rehabilitation Standards" in Section 3.r.: 

"The Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment may waive compliance with one or more of these standards provided that 
the proposed improvements do not adversely affect the objectives contained in 
this Plan." 

Skc. 1^ 14. And be it further ordained. That any person guilty of violating the 
prorisions contained in Sections 10 and 11 11 AND 12 of this Ordinance shall be 
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject to a fine not exceeding One Hundred 
Dollars ($100.U0) and that each day's violation shall constitute a separate offense. 

Skc. U 15. And be it further ordained. That Exhibit 4 -Properly Rehabilita- 
tion shall be elim.inated from said amended Urban Renewal Plan and the follow- 
ing revised exhibits, dated as revised September 12. 1984 AND FURTHER 
REVISED DECEMBER 17, PJ84, are hereby approved; 

Exhibit 1 -General Land Use Plan 



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Exhibit 2 -Property Acquisition 
Exhibit 3 -Land Disposition 
Exhibit 4 -Zoning Districts 

Sec. 14 16. And be it further ordained, That in whatever respect, if any, said 
amended Urban Renewal Plan for Washington Hill-Chapel approved hereby may 
not meet the requirements as to the content of a Renewal Plan or the procedures 
for the preparation, adoption, and approval of Renewal Plans, as provided in 
Article 13 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended), 
the said requirements are hereby waived and the amended Renewal Plan ap- 
proved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 1^ n.And be it further ordained, That in the event it be judicially deter- 
mined that any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of 
this Ordinance or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is invalid, 
the remaining provisions and the application of such provisions to other persons 
or circumstances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City Council 
hereby declaring that they would have ordained the remaining provisions of this 
Ordinance without the word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part 
or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. i5 18. And be it further ordained. That in any case where a provision of 
this Ordinance concerns the same subject matter as an existing provision of any 
zoning, building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordinance or code or 
regulation, the applicable provisions concerned shall be construed so as to give ef- 
fect to each; provided, however, that if such provisions are found to be in irrecon- 
cilable conflict, the provision which establishes the higher stiindard for the promo- 
tion of the public health and safety shall prevail. In any case where a provision of 
this Ordinance is found to be in conllict with an existing provision of any other 
ordinance or code or regulation in force in the City of Baltimore which establishes 
a lower standard for the promotion of the public health and safety, the 
provision of this Ordinance shall prevail, and the other existing provision of such 
other ordinance or code or regulation is hereby repealed to the extent that it may 
be found in conflict with this Ordinance. 

Se<\ i^ 19. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect 
from the date of its passage. 

•Approved January 23, 198.") 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK, Mayor. 



18 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 2bi^ 

No. 2(;i) 

(Council No. 487) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY PROPERTY -SALE 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore to sell 
either at public or private sale all the interest of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore in and to that certain parcel of land and improvements no longer 
needed for public purpose, known as a portion of 1400 N. Caroline Street, 
Baltimore, Maryland, Block 1136, Lot 1. 

BY authority of 

Article V- Comptroller 

Section 5 (b) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor a}id City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Comptroller of Baltimore City be and he is hereby authorized to sell at either 
public or private sale in accordance with Article V (Section 6 (b) of the City 
Charter, all of the interest of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore in and to 
that parcel of land situate in Baltimore, Maryland, and described as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the east 
side of Eden Street, as now laid out 70 feet wide and the south side of Oliver 
Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide, and running thence binding on the south 
side of said Oliver Street, North 87 degrees-8 feet-10 inches East 143.33 feet 
to the division line between the parcel of land being herein described known as 
Lot 2 and the parcel of land adjoining on the east thereof known as Lot 1 all as 
shown on a plat entitled "Final Subdivision of a Parcel of Land Known as No. 
1400 N. Caroline Street", recorded or intended to be recorded among the Land 
Records of Baltimore City immediately prior hereto; thence binding on the 
division lines between said Lot 2 and said Lot 1 as shown on 
said plat, the two following courses and distances; namely. South 02 
degrees-30 feet-30 inches East 75.99 feet and South 87 degTees-12 feet-20 
inches West 143.00 feet to intersect the east side of said Eden Street, and 
thence binding on the east side of said Eden Street, North 02 degTees-45 
feet-20 inches West 75.82 feet to the place of beginning. 

Containing 1U,867.54 square feet or 0.2495 acre of land, more or less. 

Together with the privilege in and to the use of a perpetual easement fur in- 
gress, egress and parking through said Lot 1 as shown on the herein above men- 
tioned plat. 

All courses and distances in the above description are referred to the true me- 
ridian as ad(jpted by the Baltimore Survey Control System. 

Skc. 2. Be it j'urtittr ordained. That no deed or dt-eds shall pass in accordance 
herewith, until the same shall have been first approved by the City Solicitor. 



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Sec. 3. A)id be it further ordained, That this Ordinance will take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved January 23, li)85 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 270 
(Council No. 437) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-OPENING OF CHESTER STREET 

FOR the purpose of condemning and opening Chester Street, 45 feet wide, ex- 
tending from Aliceanna Street, Southerly to the end thereof in accordance 
with a plat thereof numbered 344-A-21, prepared by the Surveys and Records 
Division and filed in the Oftlce of the Department of Public Works, on the 
Twenty-second (22nd) day of August, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections- 2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended) 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and open Chester Street, 45 feet wide, extending from Aliceanna 
Street, Southerly to the end thereof the street hereby directed to be condemned 
for said opening being described as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the south 
side of Aliceanna Street, as now laid out 70 feet wide, and the west side of 
Chester Street, 45 feet wide, and running thence binding on the south side of 
said Aliceanna Street, Easterly 45 feet, more or less, to the east side of said 
Chester Street; thence binding on the east side of said Chester Street, 
Southerly 168 feet, more or less, to the end thereof; thence binding on the 
southernmost extremity of said Chester Street, Westerly 45 feet, more or 
less, to the west side of said Chester Street, and thence binding on the west 
side of said Chester Street, Northerly 164 feet, more or less, to the place of 
beginning. 

the said Chester Street as directed to be condem.ned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 344-A-21 which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-second (22nd) 
day of August in the year 1984 and is now on file in said Office. 



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Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Pubhc Works, with reference to the condemnation and opening of said Chester 
Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable 
provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly 
of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved January 29, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 271 
(Council No. 438) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-CLOSING OF CHESTER STREET " 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing Chester Street, 45 feet wide, ex- 
tending from Aliceanna Street, Southerly to the end thereof in accordance 
with a plat thereof numbered 344-A-21A, prepared by the Surveys and 
Records Division and filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on 

the Twenty-second (22nd) day of August, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it urdained by the Mayor and City Council ofBaltimure, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close Chester Street, 45 feet wide, extending from Aliceanna 
Street, Southerly to the end thereof the street hereby directed to be condemned 
for said closing being described as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the south 
side of Aliceanna Street, as now laid out 70 feet wide, and the west side of 
Chester Street, 45 feet wide, and running thence binding on the south side of 



ORDINANCES 21 

said Aliceanna Street, Easterly 45 feet, more or less, to the east side of said 
Chester Street; thence binding on the east side of said Chester Street, 
Southerly 168 feet, more or less, to the end thereof; thence binding on the 
southernmost extremity of said Chester Street, Westerly 45 feet, more or 
less, to the west side of said Chester Street, and thence binding on the west 
side of said Chester Street, Northerly 164 feet, more or less, to the place of 
beginning. 

the said Chester Street as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
dfelineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 344-A-21 A which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-second (22nd) 
day of August in the year 1984 and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or cor- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay ail costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration and interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under provisions of this Ordinance until the sub- 
surface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be con- 
structed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed and 
relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the Direc- 
tor of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or per- 
sons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Se( . 4. And be it further urdained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highways, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly auth(jrized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said proi)eriy and to all subsurface stmctures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, reloca- 



22 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 272 

tion and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 
this without permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of said 
land. 

Skc. 6. And be it further ordained. That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and closing of said Chester 
Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable 
provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly 
of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Skc. 7. And be it further ordai}itd, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Api)roved January 29. 198o 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFi::R, Mayor. 



No. 272 
(Council No. 4(U0 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING-127 E. NORTH AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of changing the zoning for the property known 
as 127 E. North Avenue from the B-2-3 Zoning District to the B-3-3 Zoning 
District as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 46 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Coile (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Sf.CTKiN 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That 
Sheet No. 46 of the Zonir.g District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement X'olume, as amended) title "Zoning" be and it is hereby 
amendeil by changing from the B-2-3 Zoning District to the B-3-3 Zoning District 
the property known as 127 E. North Avenue, as outlined in retl on the plats ac- 
companying this ordinance. 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 



ORDINANCES 23 

in order to give notice to the departments which arfi administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator, 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 



Approved January 29, VJSi 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayo 



No. 273 
(Council No. 461) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING - APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT 
WITH A DRIVE THROUGH WINDOW- 127 E. NORTH AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the prop- 
erty known as 127 E. North Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accom- 
panying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 6.3- Id and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

StCTio.N 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the property known as 
127 E. North Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this or- 
dinance, under the provisions of Sections 6.3- Id and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

St:i . 2. A)id be it further ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Asi^essments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 



24 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 274 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 



Ai)i)n)ved January 2i), liJ85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLK. Main.r. 



No. 274 
(Council No. 471) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-OPENING CERTAIN STREETS AND ALLEYS OR 

PORTIONS THEREOF LYING WITHIN THE INNER HARBOR EAST 

URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT 

FOR the purpose of condemning and opening East Falls Avenue, Stiles Street, 
Fawn Street and two 10 foot alleys in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 305-C-l, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in 
the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Sixth (Gth) day of 
September, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section- 4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections- 2. 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Cuuiicil of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and open certain streets and alleys or portions thereof lying within 
the Inner Harbor East Urban Renewal Project the streets and alleys hereby 
directed to be condemned for said opening being described as follows: 

1-East Falls Avenue, 40 feet wide, extending from Pratt Street, varying in 
uidth, Southerly to Eastern Avenue, 70 feet wide, and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2 -Stiles Street, 49.5 feet wide, extending from President Street, 60 feet wide, 
Southwesterly to East Falls Avenue, 40 feet wide, and designated as Parcel No. 2. 

3 -Fawn Street, 49.5 feet wide, extending from President Street, 60 feet wide. 
Southwesterly to East Falls Avenue, 40 feet wide, and designated as Parcel No. 3. 

4- An Alley, 10 feet wide, distant 100 feet southwesterly measured along the 
northwest side of Stiles Street, 49.5 feet wide, from the southwest side of Presi- 
dent Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from said Stiles Street, Northwesterly 
and Northerly to Pratt Street, varying in width, and designated as Parcel No. 4. 



ORDINANCES 25 

5- An Alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet southwest of President Street, 60 
feet wide, and extending from Fawn Street, 49.5 feet wide. Northwesterly 150 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof, and designated as Parcel No. 5. 

the said streets and alleys as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 305-C-l which was filed in 
the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Sixth (6th) day of 
September, yn the year 1984, and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works, with reference to the condemnation and opening of said streets 
and alleys and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable 
provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly 
of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved January 29, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 275 
(Council No. 472) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET- CLOSING CERTAIN STREETS AND ALLEYS OR 

PORTIONS THEREOF LYING WITHIN THE INNER HARBOR EAST 

URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing East Falls Avenue, Stiles Street, 
Fawn Street and two 10 foot alleys in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 305-C-l A, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Sixth (6th) day of 
September, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 



26 ORDINANCES Qrd. No. 275 

Skction 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of PubHc Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close certain streets and alleys or portions thereof lying within 
the Inner Harbor East Urban Renewal Project the streets and alleys hereby 
directed to be condemned for said closing being described as follows: 

1-East Falls Avenue, 40 feet wide, extending from Pratt Street, varying in 
width. Southerly to Eastern Avenue, 70 feet wide, and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2 -Stiles Street, 49.5 feet wide, extending from President Street, 60 feet wide, 
Southwesterly to East Falls Avenue, 40 feet wide, and designated as Parcel No. 2. 

3 -Fawn Street, 49.5 feet wide, extending from President Street, 60 feet wide, 
Southwesterly to East Falls Avenue, 40 feet wide, and designated as Parcel No. 3. 

4- An Alley, 10 feet wide, distant 100 feet southwesterly measured along the 
northwest side of Stiles Street, 49.5 feet wide, from the southwest side of Presi- 
dent Street, 60 feet wide, and extending from said Stiles Street, Northwesterly 
and Northerly to Pratt Street, varying in width, and designated as Parcel No. 4. 

5- An Alley, 10 feet wide, laid out 100 feet southwest of President Street, 60 
feet wide, and extending from Fawn Street, 49.5 feet wide. Northwesterly 150 
feet, more or less, to the end thereof, and designated as Parcel No. 5. 

the said streets and alleys as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 305-C-lA which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Sixth (6th) day of 
September, in the year 1984, and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewitii, such person, firm or cor- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration, or interference. 

Se-c". 3. .4/a/ be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said higluvay or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or l)ody corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railnnid 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 



ORDINANCES 27 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, that after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highways, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, reloca- 
tion and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works, with reference to the condemnation and closing of said streets and 
alleys and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable 
provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly 
of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved January 29, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 276 
(Council No. 496) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET -CLOSING A PORTION OF INTERSTATE ROUTE NO. 95 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing a portion of Interstate Route 
No. 95, extending from Clarinda Avenue, Southeasterly 165 feet, more or less, 
in accordance with a plat thereof numbered 345-A-3, prepared by the Surveys 
and Records Division and filed in the Office of the Department of Public 
Works, on the Fourth (4th) day of October, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 
Section -4 



28 ORDINANCES Qrd. No. 276 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections-2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close a portion of Interstate Route No. 95, extending from 
Clarinda Avenue, Southeasterly 165 feet, more or less, the portion of Interstate 
Route No. 95 hereby directed to be condemned for said closing being described as 
follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the 
southeast side of Clarinda Avenue, as now laid out 50 feet uide, and the 
former right of way line of through highway for Interstate Route No. 95, and 
running thence binding on said former right of way line of through highway, the 
three following courses and distances; namely, South 08°-37'-35" East 6.08 feet, 
South 18°-22'-34" East 121.92 feet and South 14°-02'-38" East 37.19 feet to in- 
tersect the northwest outline of Lot 440, as shown on the Plat of Caton Heights 
and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore City COUNTY in Plat Book 
J.W.S. No. 2, Folio 373; thence binding on the northwest outline of said Lot 
440, South 7r-45'-40" West 32.53 feet to intersect the realigned right of way 
line of through highway for Interstate Route No. 95, and thence binding on 
said realigned right of way line of through highway, the three following 
courses and distances; namely. North 17°-32'-28" West 131.63 feet, by a line 
curving to the right with a radius of 33.86 feet the distance of 50.67 feet which 
arc is subtended by a chord bearing North 25°-19'-35" East 46.07 feet and 
North 7r-45'-40" East 2.62 feet to the place of beginning. 

All courses and distances in the above description are referred to the true me- 
ridian as adopted by the Baltimore Survey Control System. 

The said portion of Interstate Route No. 95 as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly shown on a plat numbered 345-A-3 which was filetl in the Of- 
fice of the Department of Public Works on the Fourth (4th) day of October, in the 
year 19S4 and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and ajjpurlenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and.City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or cor- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until tlie 



ORDINANCES . 29 

subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highways, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, reloca- 
tion and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 
this without permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of said 
land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and closing of said portion of 
Interstate Route No. 95 and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested 
or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all 
applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland 
and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 
and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General 
Assembly of Mar>'land, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of 
Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.A|tpic)\ f(i January -9. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLR. Mayor. 



30 ORDINANCES (hd. No. 278 

No. 277 
(Ctiuncil No. 51)8) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
REVERDY ROAD 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on Reverdy Road near 
Northwood Drive for Wayne P. Thacker displaying a permit. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the south side of Reverdy Road, from a point 288' west of Northwood Drive to a 
point 310' west of Northwood Drive, parking is reserved for Wayne P. Thacker, 
displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved January 2U, li)85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK. Mayor 



No. 278 
(Council No. 433) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING- 2334-2342 GUILFORD AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of changing the zoning for the properties known as 2334-2342 
Guilford Avenue from the R-8 Zoning District to the D - 3 - 2 M-l-l Zoning 
District as outlined in red on the AMENDED plats accompanying this 
ordinance. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 36 
Article 3U- Zoning 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement \'olume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor atid City Council of Baltimort', That 
Sheet No. 36 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement \'olume, as amended) title "Zoning" Le and it is hereby 
amended by changing from the R-8 Zoning District to the B - 3 - 2 M-l-l Zoning 
District the properties known as 2334-2342 Guilford Avenue, as outlined in red 
on the AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And be it ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by tlie City 
Council, as evidence of-the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and in 



ORDINANCES 31 

order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 



Approved January 2\), 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor. 



No. 279 
(Council No. 547) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
GLENDALE AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on Glendale Avenue near 
Shadow Lane for Margaret M. McKew displaying a permit. 

Sectio.n' 1 . Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
Glendale Avenue, north side, from a point 240' east of Shadow Lane to a point 
265' east of Shadow Lane, parking is reserved for Margaret M. Mckew displaying 
a permit. 

Slc. 2. And be it further ordai)ied, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

.Apjiruved Ft-ltruan 4. PJbf) 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



32 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 280 

No. 280 
(Council No. 548) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-CLOSING OF MOSHER STREET 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing Mosher Street, extending from 
Malster Avenue, Northeasterly to the end thereof in accordance wdith WITH 
a plat thereof numbered 344-A-22, prepared by the Surveys and Records Divi- 
sion and filed in the Oftlce of the Department of Public Works, on the Twenty- 
fourth (24th) day of October, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close Mosher Street, extending from Malster Avenue, North- 
easterly to the end thereof the street hereby directed to be condemned for said 
closing being described as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the north- 
east side of Malster Avenue, 60 feet Wide, and the northwest side of Mosher 
Street, 66 feet wide, and running thence binding on the northwest side of said 
Mosher Street, Northeasterly 33 feet, more or less, to the end thereof; thence 
binding on the northeasternmost extremity of said Mosher Street, 
Southeasterly io6 feet, more or less, to the southeast side of said Mosher 
Street; thence binding on the southeast side of said Mosher Street, 
Southwesterly 33 feet, more or less, to intersect the northeast side of said 
Malster Avenue, and thence binding on the northeast side of said Malster 
Avenue, Northwesterly 66 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The said Mosher Street as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 344-A-22 which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-fourth (24th) day 
of October, in the year 1984. and is now on file in said Office. 

Stic. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the iMayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall l)e abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tions shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or 



ORDINANCES 33 

corporation shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission 
and permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
sliall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highways, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, relocation 
and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this 
without permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of said land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and closing of said Mosher 
Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable 
provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charier of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly 
of Mainland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the diite of its passage. 

-Aj (proved February 4. 198;') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAKFLR. Ma,j,>r. 



34 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 281 

No. 281 

(Council No. 557) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

URBAN RENEWAL- DRUID HEIGHTS- 
AMENDMENT 3 TO THE URBAN RENEWAL PLAN 

FOR the purpose of amending the Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heigiits, to 
among other things, expand the project boundary to include the north side of 
the 1200 and 1300 blocks of W. North Avenue and the east side of the 1800 
and 1900 blocks of McCulloh Street, said McCulloh Street blocks to be deleted 
from the Madison-Park North Urban Renewal Project; transfer two Disposi- 
tion Lots within said McCulloh Street blocks to Druid Heights; recommend a 
zoning district change for the public park Disposition Lot; revise sections of 
said Plan relating to the Zoning Ordinance; eliminate references to specific 
non-conforming properties; approve provisions regarding non-complying uses; 
create a Community Commercial land use category to govern uses on 
22IG-I8V2 Division Street; recommend a zoning district change for this proper- 
ty; provide that the approval of said amended Plan shall not be construed as an 
enactment of amendments to the Zoning Ordinance contained therein; revise 
landscaping and sign requirements on all disposition lots; prohibit sand- 
blasting of masonry facades with certain exceptions; create the 1200 W. North 
Avenue Business District and provide rehabilitation standards for non- 
residential properties within the District; provide penalties for violating these 
standards; revise certain Plan exhibits; waive such requirements, if any, as to 
content or procedure for the preparation, adoption, and approval of Renewal 
Plans which the amended Renewal Plan for Druid Heights may not meet; pro- 
vide for the separability of the various parts and applications of this 
Ordinance; provide that where the provisions of this Ordinance shall contTict 
with any other ordinance, code or regulation in ft>rce in the City of Baltimore, 
the provision which establishes the liigher standard shall prevail; and provide 
for an effective date hereof. 

Whereas, an Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heights was first approved by the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance 376, dated June 28, 1977; and 
amended by Ordinance 696, dated April 17, 1978, and Ordinance No. 1027, dated 
May 24, 1979; and 

Whereas, it is necessary to amend the Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heights 
to ejcpand the project boundary to include the north side of the 1200 and 1300 
blocks of W. North Avenue and the east side of the 1800 and 1900 blocks of 
McCulloh Street, said McCulloh Street blocks presently within the Madison-Park 
North Urban Renewal Project; to provide rehabiliation standards for the 1200 
block of W. North Avenue; to create a new Community Commercial land use 
category to govern the development of 22I6-I8V2 Division Street, and to include 
a number of other changes to update and standardize certain provisions in all 
Urban Renewal Plans; and 

Whereas, pursuant to Article 13 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replace- 
ment Volume, as amended), no substantial change or changes shall be made in 



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any Renewal Plan, after approval by ordinance, without such change or changes 
first being adopted and approved in the same manner as set forth in said Article 
13 for the approval of a Renewal Plan, namely the preparation of such change or 
changes by the Department of Housing and Community Development, the ap- 
proval of such change or changes by the Director of the Department of Planning, 
and approval and adoption by an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner set forth in 
said Article 13; and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heights 
make it infeasible to make line-by-line changes; therefore, the Department of 
Housing and Community Development has prepared an amended Urban 
Renewal Plan for Druid Heights, revised to include Amendment No. 3, dated Oc- 
tober 1, 1984; and 

Whereas, sajd amended Plan has been approved by the Director of the 
Department of Planning with respect to its conformity as to the Master Plan, the 
detailed location of any public improvements proposed in the amended Renewal 
Plan, its conformity to the rules and regulations for subdivisions, and all zoning 
changes proposed in said amended Renewal Plan; and said amended Renewal 
Plan has been approved and recommended to the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development; now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the amended Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heights, identified as "URBAN 
RENEWAL PLAN DRUID HEIGHTS . . . revised to include Amendment No. 3, 
dated October 1, 1984" is hereby approved and the Clerk of the City Council is 
hereby directed to file a copy of said amended Urban Renewal Plan with the 
Department of Legislative Reference as a permanent public record and make the 
same available for public inspection and information. 

Sec. 2. .4//(/ be it further ordained, That the boundaries of the Druid Heights 
Urban Renewal Area shall be revised to include the north side of the 1200 and 
1300 blocks of W. North Avenue and the east side of the 1800 and 1900 blocks of 
McCulloh Street -said McCulloh Street blocks presently in the Madison-Park 
North Urban Renewal Project, as established under Ordinance 1594, dated April 
16, 1963, as amended -and said McCulloh Street blocks are hereby deleted from 
the boundaries of the Madison-Park North Urban Renewal Project. Therefore, 
Section 1 of Ordinance 376, dated June 28, 1977, is hereby amended to read as 
follows: 

Beginning for the same at the intersection formed by the north side of 
Laurens Street and the center line of Tiffany Alley; [west side of McCulloh 
Street;) thence binding on the center line of Tiffany Alley [west side of Mc- 
Culiuh Street] northerly to intersect [the south side of Presstman Street; 
thence binding on the south side of Presstman Street easterly to intersect the 
center line of Tiffany Alley; thence binding on the center line of Tiffany Alley 
northerly to intersect] the north side of Gold Street; thence binding on the 
north side of Gold Street easterly to intersect the center line of North Avenue; 



36 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 281 

thence binding on the center line of North Avenue westerly to intersect a line 
extending the east side oj'McCulloh Street; thence binding on the line extending 
the east side of McCulloh Street and the east side of McCulloh Street north- 
westerly to intersect a line extending the south side of the first 10 foot alley; 
thence binding on the line extending the south side of said 10 foot alley and the 
south side of said 10 foot alley westerly 267 feet, more or less, and coiitinuing in 
a southwesterly direction 9 feet, more or less, on a line forming the south side 
of a 5 foot alley; thence binding on the south side of said 5 foot alley northerly 5 
feet, more or less, to intersect the southern property line of Lot 18, Block SJ^IS; 
thence binding on said property line and its extension in a straight line 
southwesterly to intersect the west side of Druid Hill Avenue; thence bindi)ig 
on the west side of Druid Hill Avenue northerly and northwesterly to intersect 
the south side of the first 15 foot alley; thence binding on the south side of said 
15/20 foot alley westerly to intersect the division line between Lots 23 and 2J,/25, 
Block SJflJf; thence binding on said division line southerly to interesect the 
center line of North Avenue; thence binding on the center line of North Avenue 
westerly to intersect a line extending the west side of Pennsylvania Avenue; 
thence binding on the line extending the west side of Pennsylvania Avenue 
and the west side of Pennsylvania Avenue southerly to intersect a line extend- 
ing the north side of Bloom Street; thence binding on the line extending the 
north side of Bloom Street and the north side of Bloom Street easterly to in- 
tersect the east side of Division Street; thence binding on the east side of Divi- 
sion Street southerly to intersect the north side of Laurens Street; thence 
binding on the north side of Laurens Street easterly to the point of beginning. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That the two Disposition Lots within the 
1800 and 1900 blocks of McCulloh Street -the residential lot on the north side of 
Laurens Street between Tiffany and McCulloh Streets and the public park lot on 
the north side of Robert Street between Tiffany and McCulloh Streets -shall be 
transferred from the Madison-Park North to the Druid Heights Urban Renewal 
Projects. 

StX'. 4. And be it further ordained. That the zoning of said public park Disposi- 
tion Lot mentioned in Section 3 of this Ordinance is recommended to be changed 
fn)m the R-8 to the R-S-P zoning district in order to rellect its pul>lic ownership 
and use. 

Sec. 5. .4//(/ be it further ordained. That the revisions to the following sections 
of said Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heights in order to clarify references to, 
terminology' in, and procedural requirements of the Zoning Ordinance of 
Baltimore City [Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement 
Volume, as amended)] are hereby approved: 

Section B.l.c entitled "Non-Conforming" 
Section C.6. entitled "Zoning" 

Sec. t). And be it further ordained. That the listing of specific Non-Conforming 
properties (Appendix A of the Urban Renewal Plan) and their designation on the 
Zoning Districts Exhibit in said Urban Renewal Plan shall be eliminated. 



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Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That the following provisions regarding 
Non-Conforming Uses are hereby approved and shall be added to Section B.l. of 
said Urban Renewal Plan entitled "Permitted Uses": 

"Non-Complying 

A non-complying use, as set forth in Chapter 8 of Article 30 of the Baltimore 
City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended), titled "Zoning", is any 
lawfully existing structure which does not comply with the bulk regulations of 
the zoning district in which it is located. These non-complying uses shall be per- 
mitted to continue, subject to the provisions of said Chapter 8. 

In addition, a non-complying use -when such term is used herein -is any 
lawfully existing use of a building or other structure, or of land, which does not 
comply with the land use regulations of this Plan. These non-complying uses shall 
be permitted to continue for an indefinite period of time, except that: 

(1) any non-complying land use which is discontinued for a period exceeding 
twelve (12) months shall not be re-established: 

(2) no change in the permanent physical members of a structure, such as bear- 
ing walls, columns, beams, or girders, or no substantial change in the roof or in 
the exterior walls shall be made in or to a building or structure except those re- 
quired by law or except to make the building and use thereof conform to the 
regulations of this Plan; and 

(3) no non-complying land use shall be changed to any other non-complying land 



Sec. 8. And be it further ordained. That the following new land use category, 
Community Commercial, is hereby approved and shall be added to section 3.1. of 
the Urban Renewal Plan, entitled "Permitted Uses." Such category shall apply to 
the property at 22 15- 18 V^ Division Street. 

"Coin m u n ity Com mere la I 

Community Commercial uses shall be limited to contractor and construction 
shops and offices, and plumbing, heating and electrical equipment showrooms 
and shops." 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained. That the zoning of the property known as 
22I6-I8V2 Division Street is recommended to be changed from the R-8 to the 
B-3-1 zoning district. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained. That approval of Amendment No. 3 to the 
Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heights shall not be construed as an enactment of 
the amendments to the Zoning Ordinance of Baltimore City, as contained in Sec- 
tions 4 and 9 of this Ordinance and as shown on Exliibit 4 - Zoning Districts Map, 
dated as revised October 1, 1984. 

Sec. 11. And be it further ordained. That the revisions to the standards and 
controls on landscaping and signs for disposition lots, as contained in said 



38 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 281 

amended Urban Renewal Plan under Section B.2.a. "Provisions Applicable to 
Land and Property to be Acquired" are hereby approved. 

Sec. 12. And be it further ordained, That the following provision on sand- 
blasting of masonry facades shall be applied to all properties in Druid Heights 
and shall be incorporated into said amended Urban Renewal Plan in Section C.2. 
"Rehabilitation": 

"Over and above the codes and ordinances of the City of Baltimore, cleaning of 
masonry facades by means of sandblasting shall not be permitted, except where 
sandblasting is determined by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing 
and Community Development to be the only feasible means of surface cleaning 
and where, in the Commissioner's opinion, it will not cause damage to historic 
building materials." 

Sec. 13. And be it further ordained. That the properties known as 1200 
through 1228/30 W. North Avenue, 1201 through 1221 VV. North Avenue and 
2301 Druid Hill Avenue shall constitute the 1200 W. North Avenue Business 
District and the following additional standards, as contained in Appendix B of 
said amended Urban Renewal Plan, shall be applied to all non-residential proper- 
ties, whether occupied or vacant, within this District: 

a. Windows 

Windows not in the front of the buildings shall be kept properly repaired or, 
with Fire Department approval, may be closed, in which case sills, lintels and 
frames must be removed and the opening properly closed to match the material, 
design and finish of the adjacent wall. 

(2) All windows must be tight-fitting and have sashes of proper size and design. 
Sashes with rotten wood, broken joints or loose mullions or muntins shall be 
replaced. All broken and missing window glass shall be replaced with glass or ap- 
proved plastic glazing. All exposed wood shall be repaired and painted. 

(3) Window openings in upper floors of buildings with fronts or sides on Druid 
Hill Avenue, North Avenue, and McCulloh Street, shall not be filled or bnardea 
up. Windows in unused areas of the upper floors may be backed by a solid surface 
on the inside of the glass. Window panes shall not be painted. 

(4) Shutters may not be provided on windows above the first floor level on the 
front or sides of the buildings. 

b. Building Fronts and Sides Abutting Streets 

(1) All defective structural and decorative elements of building fronts and sides 
abutting streets shall be repaired or replaced in a workmanlike manner to match 
as closely as possible the original materials and construction of that building. All 
damaged, sagging or otherwise deteriorated storefronts, show windows or en- 
trances shall be repaired or replaced. 

(2) All cornices, upper store windows (and all other portions of a building con- 
taining wood trim) shall be made structurally sound. Rotten or weakened por- 



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tions shall be removed and repaired, or replaced to match as closely as possible 
the original patterns. All exposed wood shall be painted or stained, or otherwise 
treated for protection. 

(3) A show window, as a part of the building facade, shall be defined to include: 

(a) the building face and the entrance area leading to the door; plus 

(b) the door, sidelights, transoms, display platform, devices including lighting 
and signing designed to be viewed from the public right-of-way and/or the area visi- 
ble to the public prior to entering the interior portion of the structure. 

Show windows, entrances, signs, lighting, sun protection, security grilles, etc. 
shall be compatible, harmonious and consistent with the original scale and 
character of the structure. All show window elements must be located within 13 
feet of grade. 

Enclosures and housings for security grilles and screens shall be as in- 
conspicuous as possible and compatible with other elements of the facade. Metal 
enclosures must be painted to match trim unless they are incorporated in the sign 
structure. 

All exposed portions of the grille, screen or enclosure which are normally 
painted and all portions which require painting to preserve, protect or renovate 
the surface shall be painted. 

All screens and grilles protecting entrances and show windows must be con- 
structed so they can be opened or removed. Such screens and grilles shall be 
opened or removed during the normal business hours of that business. 

No temporary or permanent sign affixed or placed against the inside surface of 
a show window shall exceed 20% of the area of that show window. 

Decals one square foot or less in area may be affixed to show windows or en- 
trance door windows. 

(4) Solid or permanently enclosed storefronts shall not be permitted, unless 
treated as an integral part of the building facade using wall materials and win- 
dow detailing compatible with the upper floors. 

(5) AuTiings-No awnings, sun screens, or canopies shall be permitted over the 
first fiix)r and on the upper floors over the windows. 

(6) Adjoining buildings used by the same occupant shall be rehabiliated in a 
unified and harmonious manner. Each building shall be rehabilitated and 
repaired with materials and in a manner consistent with the original construction 
techniques where feasible. 

(7) All exterior front or side walls which have not been wholly or partially 
resurfaced or built over shall be repaired, cleaned, and repointed if necessary, in 
an acceptable manner. Brick walls shall be pointed where necessary. Painted 
masonry walls shall have loose material removed and be painted a single color ex- 
cept for trim which may be another color. Patched walls shall match the existing 
adjacent surfaces as to materials, color, bond and jointing. 



40 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 281 

(8) Masonry walls shall be treated in the following manner: 

(a) Natural stone shall be clean and mortar joints pointed, where necessary. 

(b) Brick will be cleaned and repointed if necessary; or if the brick has been 
previously painted, it will be chemically cleaned. 

(c) Existing formstone applied over brick will be removed, the brick 
cleaned and repointed if necessary. 

(d) Any other applied facing materials which are decorative only shall be 
removed within 24 months if not original; if original and corrugated metal siding 
or plywood, they shall be removed and replaced with approved harmonious 
materials; if original and other than corrugated metal siding or plywood, they 
shall be repaired as necessary according to the minimum standards set forth 
herein. 

(e) Any facing materials applied for reasons other than decoration shall 
be painted or otherwise treated in a manner harmonious to the rest of the struc- 
ture as approved by the Department of Housing and Community Development. 

(9) Existing miscellaneous elements on the building fronts, such as empty elec- 
trical or other conduits, unused sign brackets, etc., shall be removed and the 
building repaired as necessary. 

(10) Sheet metal gutters and downspouts shall be repaired or replaced as 
necessary and shall be neatly located and securely installed. Gutters and 
downspouts shall be painted to harmonize with other building front colors. 

c. Rear and Side Walls 

(1) Rear and side walls shall be repaired and painted to present a neat and fresh 
appearance. Rear walls shall be painted to cover evenly all miscellaneous patched 
and filled areas or be stuccoed to present an even and uniform surface. 

(2) Side walls, where visible from any street, shall be finished or painted so as 
to harmonize with the front of the building. 

d. Ruoj's 

(1) Chimneys, elevator penthouses or any other auxiliary structures on the 
roofs shall be repaired and cleaned as required for rear and side walls. Any con- 
struction visible from the street or from other buildings shall be finished so as to 
be harmonious with other visible building walls. 

(2) Any new mechanical equipment placed on a roof shall be so located as to be 
hidden from view from the shopping streets, and to be as inconspicuous as possi- 
ble from other viewpoints. New equipment shall be screened with suitable 
elements of a permanent nature, finished so as to harmonize with the rest of the 
building. Where such screening is infeasible, equipment shall be installed in a 
neat, presentable manner, and shall be painted in such a manner as to minimize 
its visibility. 



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(3) Television and radio antennae shall be located so as to be as inconspicuous 
as possible. 

(4) Roofs shall be kept free of trash, debris, or any other element which is not a 
permanent part of the buiding or a functioning element of its mechanical or elec- 
trical system. 

e. Auxilia)^ Structures 

Structures at the rears of buildings attached or unattached to the principal 
commercial structure which are structurally deficient, shall be properly repaired 
or demolished. 

f. Rear Yards 

Wliere a rear yard exists or is created through the demolition of structures, the 
owner shall condition the open area in one of the two ways outlined below. 

(1) Enclosure of Yards 

A rear yard may be enclosed along side and rear property lines by a masonry 
wall, consistent and harmonious in design with the rear walls of the building. 
Solid doors or solid gates may be used to the extent necessary for access and 
delivery. Such walls must be not less than five feet in height. 

(2) Provision of Parking Area 

An unenclosed rear yard may be used as a parking or loading area providing 
that it is properly paved, illuminated and maintained. A sign not exceeding six (6) 
square feet may be used to identify and control parking and loading. The building 
occupant shall be responsible for maintenance of the parking area in a neat and 
clean manner. No storage of trash containers shall be allowed in this area except 
when housed in permanent structures of acceptable design. Parking of unli- 
censed and abandoned vehicles shall not be permitted in rear yards, air way or 
alley and unenclosed areas. 

g. Signs 

(1) All lighting and electrical elements such as wires, conduits, junction boxes, 
transformers, ballasts, switches, and panel boxes shall be concealed from view as 
much as possible. 

(2) Flat signs shall be placed parallel to the building face and shall not project 
more than 12" from the surface of the building and shall not exceed in area three 
times the width in feet of the frontage of the building. In the case of corner prop- 
erties, each facade is to be calculated separately as to size allowed for each. Flat 
signs shall be placed no higher than one inch below the sill of the bottom of the 
second story windows where windows exist or 13 feet above grade level, 
whichever is lower. Signs shall be permitted at rear entrance doors but shall not 
exceed six square feet in size, except where authorized by the Department of 
Housing and Community Development. 

(3) Marquees or projecting signs shall not be placed on any portion of any 
building. Existing projecting or otherwise non-complying signs shall be removed 



42 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 281 

within 24 months of the passage of the ordinance approving Amendment No. 3 to 
this Plan. 

(4) Painted signs on building surfaces or use of separate cutout letters shall be 
permitted in accordance with the above limits for flat signs or as authorized by 
the Department of Housing and Community Development. 

(5) Non-illuminated secondary signs shall not exceed two (2) square feet in area 
and shall not project more than one inch beyond the surface of the building, nor 
shall they be placed higher than 13 feet above grade level. 

(6) Roof top signs, signs above the parapet of buildings, signs painted or 
mounted on structures other than billboards, except as otherwise herein pro- 
vided, shall not be permitted. 

(7) Flashing or moving signs other than barber poles shall not be permitted. 

(8) All signs not conforming to the above regulations shall be removed within 
two years from the date of enactment of Amendment No. 3 to this Plan. Future 
minor privilege permits for signs shall be issued only for those signs meeting 
project design criteria. 

(9) No private signs shall be permitted except as herein provided or as other- 
wise authorized by the Department of Housing and Community Development for 
temporary purposes not exceeding thirty days. 

h. Lighting 

(1) The following lighting methods are not permitted: 

(a) Exposed fluorescent lighting. 

(b) Exposed quartz or mercury vapor lamps. 

(c) Exposed incandescent lamps other than low wattage, purely decorative 
lighting. 

(2) The following lighting methods are permitted: 

(a) Fully recessed downlights or wallwashers in projecting metal box. Box 
must run full length of storefront at top of sign area. 

(b) Shielded fluorescent lamps with diffusers in projecting metal box. Box must 
run full length of storefront at top of sign zone. 

(c) "Gooseneck incandescents," porcelain enamal reflector on bent metal tube 
arm. Housing to prevent glare at pedestrian eyeline. 

(d) Internally illuminated signs or back-lit (halo) letters. 

(1) All lighting and electrical elements such as wires, conduits, junction boxes, 
transformers, ballasts, switches and panel boxes shall be concealed from view as 
much as possible. 

i. FuotiCiiys 



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Footways adjacent to all properties within the 1200 W. North Avenue Business 
District shall be maintained in a manner consistent with applicable Baltimore 
City Codes. In addition, when required, footways shall be repaired or replaced to 
present a neat and even appearance and in a manner that is compatible with the 
materials, desi^ and tlnish of adjacent footways surfaces. 

j. Ojf-Street Parking Requirements 

(1) Parking spaces shall be provided on all lots as established in the Zoning 
Ordinance of Baltimore City, or in such lessor amount as may be authorized by 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals as a Special Exception or Variance. 
In addition to these requirements, off-street parking areas shall be visually 
screened from public streets and adjacent properties. 

(2) All required parking spaces shall be provided with the proper ingress and 
egress to a public street or alley by means of access drives and aisles. 

(3) All parking facilities shall be effectively screened. Screening shall consist of 
a masonry wall or durable fence, or combination thereof, not less than four (4) 
feet in height; in lieu of such wall or fence a compact evergreen hedge of not less 
than four (4) feet in height at time of original planting may be used. Screening 
and landscaping shall be maintained in good condition and shall be so designed 
and placed so as not to obstruct vehicle sight distances at entrances and exits. 
The design of the lot screening shall be approved by the Department of Housing 
and Community Development. 

(4) All exterior (surface) parking areas shall be paved with a hard dust-free sur- 
face, and shall be properly illuminated, and maintained in a neat and clean man- 



(5) A sign not exceeding six (6) square feet may be used to identify and control 
parking and loading. 

k. OjJ-Slreet Loading, Storage a)id Service 

(1) Wliere permitted by the Zoning Ordinance of Baltimore City, front, side or 
rear yards may be used for loading, storage or service. In addition to any re- 
quirements of the Zoning Ordinance, these areas shall be appropriately 
screened/landscaped from all adjacent streets and properties. Appropriate 
screening/landscaping shall include, but is not necessarily limited to, solid and 
perforated masonry walls at least five feet, six inches in height, solid fences and 
trees, and shrubs planted at appropriate intervals or a combination of these. 

(2) All yards used for loading and vehicle storage and service shall be provided 
with the proper ingress and egress to a public street or alley by means of access 
drives and aisles. Such drives and aisles shall be consistent with the intended use 
of the property and shall not be excessive in size. 

(3) All outside storage of vehicles shall be restricted to three per service bay. 

(4) No storage of trash containers shall be allowed except when housed in or 
screened by permanent structures of acceptable design. Trash storage areas 
shall be maintained in a neat and clean manner at all times. 



44 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 281 

I . Pe riod of Co m plia n ce 

To the extent that rehabilitation requirements for commercial uses are 
specifically applicable to the 1200 W. North Avenue Business District and are 
not generally required elsewhere, the work necessary to meet such requirements 
shall be completed within two (2) years from the date of approval of the Or- 
dinance enacting Amendment No. 3 to this Plan, unless specifically outlined 
elsewhere in these Standards. No work, alterations or improvements shall be 
undertaken after enactment of the Ordinance approving Amendment No. 3 to 
this Plan which do not conform with the requirements herein. 

However, the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development may waive compliance with one or more of these standards pro- 
vided that the proposed improvements do not adversely affect objectives for the 
1200 W. North Avenue Business District. 

Nothing herein shall be construed to permit any sign, construction, alteration, 
change, repair, use or any other matter otherwise forbidden or restricted or con- 
trolled by any other public law. 

m. Disiy)i Rei'ifw and Approval 

(1) It shall be the responsibility of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development to supervise that part of this Renewal Plan dealing with design, 
code enforcement and inspection. 

(2) Designs for all improvements, modifications, repairs, rehabilitation or 
painting affecting the exterior of the existing buildings, yards, or show windows, 
signs, and new construction shall be submitted to the Department of Housing 
and Community Development and written approval by the Department shall be 
required before proceeding with the work. It shall be the responsibility of the 
property owner or an authorized agent to secure all the necessary permits in 
order to undertake the proposed work. 

(3) The Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment shall be concerned with all aspects of the designs affecting the exterior ap- 
pearance of properties, and in particular with the following: 

(a) Colors to be used on buildings and signs. 

•(b) Design of show windows and entrance area, including choice of material 
and types of security devices. 

(c) Design of signs, methods of illumination, colors, m.ateriiils and methods 
of suspension. 

(d) Conditioning of rear yard spaces and location of delivery signs. 

(e) All exterior materials and colors. 

(f) Design of awnings, shutters and upper tloor windows. 

(g) Compatil)ility of new const motion, as to scale, color, materiiils anil signing. 



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Sec. 14. And be it further ordained, That any persons guilty of violating the 
provisions contained in Sections 12 and 13 of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a 
misdemeanor and shall be subject to a fine not exceeding One Hundred Dollars 
($100.00) and that each day's violation shall constitute a separate offense. 

Skc. 15. And be it further ordained. That the following revised exhibits con- 
tained in said Urban Renewal Plan for Druid Heights, dated as revised October 
1, 1984, are hereby approved: 

Exhibit 1-Land Use Plan 
Exhibit 2 - Property Acquisition 
Exhibit 3 -Land Disposition 
Exhibit 4 -Zoning Districts 

Sec. 16. And be it further ordained. That in whatever respect, if any, the said 
Renewal Plan approved hereby may not meet the requirements as to the content 
of a renewal plan or the procedures for the preparation, adoption, and approval 
of renewal plans, as provided in Article 13 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 
Replacement Volume, as amended), the said requirements are hereby waived and 
the Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 17. And be it further ordained. That in the event it be judicially deter- 
mined that any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of 
this Ordinance or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is in- 
valid, the remaining provisions and the application of such provisions to other 
persons or circumstances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City 
Council hereby declaring that they would have ordained the remaining provisions 
of this Ordinance without the word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section 
or part of the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 18. And be it further ordained, That in any case where a provision of this 
Ordinance concerns the same subject matter as an existing provision of any ur- 
ban renewal, zoning, building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety or- 
dinance or code or regulation, the applicable provisions concerned shall be con- 
strued so as to give effect to each; provided, however, that if such provisions are 
found to be in irreconcilable conflict, the provision which establishes the higher 
standard for the promotion of the public health and safety shall prevail. In any 
case where a provision of this Ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing 
provision of any other ordinance or code or regulation in force in the City of 
Baltimore which establishes a lower standard for the promotion and protection of 
the public health and safety, the provision of this Ordinance shall prevail, and the 
other existing provision of such other ordinance or code or regulation is hereby 
repealed to the extent that it may be found in conflict with this Ordinance. 

Sec. 19. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.Approvt'd i'V'hniaiv l."i, 11 'Hf) 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIALFLK, M,ujnr. 



46 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 282 

No. 282 
(Council No. 2(iO) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING-2216 DIVISION STREET 

FOR the purpose of clianging the zoning of the property known as 2216 Division 
Street, from the R-8 Zoning District to the B-3-1 Zoning District as outhned in 
red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 44 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coiuicil of Baltimore. That 
Sheet No. 44 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning" be and it is hereby 
amended by changing from the R-8 Zoning District to the B-3-1 Zoning District 
the property known as 2216 Division Street, as outlined in red on the plats ac- 
companying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments wiiich are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, tiie Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City anil the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. .4/((/ be it further ordai)ied. That this ordinance shall take effect thirty 
days from the date of its passage. 

Ap|»rove(l February 21. l98o 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAFFKR. M.im.r. 



ORDINANCES 47 

No. 283 
(Council No. 562) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE 

F^OR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund appropriation in the 
amount of Eighty-fuur Thousand Four Hundred F'ifty Dollars ($84,450) to the 
Community College of Baltimore to be used for payment of prior years 
operating expenditures made for the Day Care Center. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whlkeas, the money appropriated herein represents surplus general funds 
arising in the preceding fiscal year which became a part of the general revenue of 
the City in excess of the amount estimated and relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the cur- 
rent fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for general exi)enditures of 
the City in the current fiscal year, as provided in Article VI, Section 2(i) of the 
lii64 revised Charier of Baltimore City as amended; and 

WufciKEAS, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of siiid Charter; and 

WnLKEAS, the supplementary general fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 21st 
day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article \^I, Section 2(hK3) of said 
Charier. 

St:i Ti(»N 1. Be it ordnund by the Muyi>r and City Council vf Baltitnore, That 
under ihe provisions of Article VI, Section 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter 
of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Eighty-four Thousand Four Hundred 
Fifty Dollars ($84,450) shall be made available to the Community College of 
Baltimore as a supplementary general fund appropriation for the fiscal year end- 
ing June 30. 1985, for ihe purpose of payment of prior years operating expendi- 
tures made for the Day Care Center. The amount thus made available as a sup- 
plementary general fund api>ropriation shall be expended from surplus general 
funds of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore carried over from the 
preceding budget year; and said funds from the said surplus shall be the source of 
revenue for this supplementary general fund appropriation, as required by Arti- 
cle VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 



48 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 284 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Ap{jroveil February 21, U)85 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLR. Mayor. 



No. 284 
(Council No. 563) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund appropriation in the 
amount of Four Hundred Nineteen Thousand One Hundred Thirty-one Dollars 
($419,131) to the Community College of Baltimore to be used for payment of 
prior years operating expenditures made for Student Financial Aid. 

BY authority of 

Article \'I- Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whkke.as, the money appropriated herein represents surplus general funds 
arising in the preceding fiscal year which became a part of the general revenue of 
the City in excess of the amount estimated and relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the cur- 
rent fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for general expenditures of 
the City in the current fiscal year, as provided in Article \'I, Section 2(i) of the 
1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City as amended; and 

WnERfciAS, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates ami is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article \T. Section 2(hM3) of said Charter; and 

Wherka.s, the sujjplementary general fund appropriation ordaineil herein has 
been recommentled to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board helii on the 21st 
day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article \'I. Section 2(hK3) of saitl 
Charter. 

Skc TKi.N 1. Be it iirdained by the Mayor and City Ci)uneil of Haiti nonw That 
under the provisions of Article \T. Section 2 of the 1964 revision t>f the Charter 
(jf Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Four Hundred Nineteen Thou>and ( )ne 
Hundred Thirty-t)ne Dollars ($419,131) shall be made available to the Community 
College of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund aj>proprialion for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose v.i payment of prior years 



ORDINANCES 49 

operating expenditures made for Student Financial Aid. The amount thus made 
availal)le as a supplementary general fund appropriation sliail be expended from 
surplus general funds of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore carried over 
from the preceding budget year; and said funds from the said surplus shall be the 
source of revenue for this supplementary general fund appropriation, as required 
by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision. as 
amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved February 21, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK, Muiji 



No. 285 
(Council No. 5()4) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplen^entary general fund ajjpropriation in the 
amount of Sixty-six Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-four Dollars ($66,424) to 
the Community College of Baltimore to be used for payment of prior years 
operating expenditures maile for the College Bookstore. 

BY authority of 

Article \*I- Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Ballinjore City Charier (1964 Revision as amended) 

\VHKKt:.\s, the money appropriated herein represents surplus general funds 
arising in the preceding fiscal year which became a part of the general revenue of 
the City in excess of the amount estimated and relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the cur- 
rent fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for general expenditures of 
the City in the current fiscal year, as provided in Article VI, Section 2(i) of the 
1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City as amended; and 

Whlkkas. the ailditional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Oniinance. in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

\Vhki:ka.^, the sujtplemenlary general fund appropriatiijn ordained herein has 
been recommendtnl to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been maile at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 21st 



50 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 286 

day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of said 
Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coimcil of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article YI, Section 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter 
of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Sixty-six Thousand Four Hundred 
Twenty-four Dollars ($66,424) shall be made available to the Community College 
of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund appropriation for the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of payment of prior years operating ex- 
penditures made for the College Bookstore. The amount thus made available as a 
supplementary general fund appropriation shall be expended from surplus 
general funds of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore carried over from the 
preceding budget year; and said funds from the said surplus shall be the source of 
revenue for this supplementary general fund appropriation, as required by Arti- 
cle VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Ap|)r()ved February 21, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFFR. Mityi 



No. 286 
(Council No. 565) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
COMMUNITY COLLEOE OF BALTIMORE 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund appropi-iatii)n in the 
amount of Five Hundred Forty-three Thousand Three Hundred Fifteen 
Dollars ($543,315) to the Community College of Baltimore to be used for pay- 
ment of prior years operating expenditures made for the College Radii> Sta- 
tion. 

BY authority of 

Article \I- Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hH3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amemied) 

WntkKAS, the money appropriated iierein represents surplus general funds 
arising in tiie preceding fiscal year which became a part of the general revenue of 
the City in excess of the amount estimated and relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy reijuired to balance the budget for the cur- 
rent fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for general ex|)enditures of 
the City in the current fiscal year, as provitled in Article \T, Section 2(i) of the 
I9t)4 revised Ciiarter of Baltimore City as amended; and 



ORDINANCES 51 

Whkkkas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a pro^rram included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Wheheas, the supplementary general fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 2Ist 
day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of said 
Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordaiutd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter 
of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Five Hundred Forty-three Thousand 
Three Hundred Fifteen Dollars ($543,315) shall be made available to the Com- 
munity College of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund appropriation for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of payment of prior years 
operating expenditures made for the College Radio Station. The amount thus 
made available as a supplementary general fund appropriation shall be expended 
from surplus general funds of the Mayor and City CouiK'il of Baltimore carried 
over from the preceding budget year; and said funds from the said surplus shall 
be the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund appropriation, as 
recjuiredby Article \'I, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (19G4 Revision as 
amended). 

SE(.'. 2. And be it furtlur mdnined. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved F'ebruary 21, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. M(iy»r. 



No. 287 
(Council No. 5()(i) 

AX ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund appropriation in the 
amount of One Hundred Eighty-six Thousand Six Hundred Eighty Dollars 
($18().()8U) to the Community College of Baltimore to be used for payment of 
prior years operating expenditures made for special student activities and 
related functions. 

BY authority of 

Article \I-Boaril of E.^nniales 

Seel ion 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charier (19ti4 Revision as amended) 



52 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 287 

WnKRfciAS. the money appropriated herein represents surplus general funds 
arising in the preceding fiscal year which became a part of the general revenue of 
the City in excess of the amount estimated and relied upon hy the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy recjuired to balance the budget for the cur- 
rent fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for general expenditures of 
the City in the current fiscal year, as provided in Article VI. Section 2(i) of the 
1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City as amended; and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since tiie formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regoilar meeting of said Board held on the 21st 
day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of said 
Charter. 

Section 1. Be it onlaiued by the Mayur and City Council of Bait i mure, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2 of the 1966 revision of the Charier 
of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Hundred Eighty-six Tiiousand Six 
Hundred Eighty Dollars ($186,680) shall be made available to the Community 
College of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund appropriation for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of payment of prior years 
operating expenditures made for special student activities and related functions. 
The amount thus made available as a supplementary general fund appropriation 
shall be expended from surplus general funds of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore carried over from the preceding budget year; and said funds from the 
said surplus shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund 
appropriation, as required by Article \T, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charier 
(1964 Revision as amendetl). 

Sec. 2. And be it further i>rdained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved February 21. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. .\/.'//u,-. 



ORDINANCES 53 

No. 288 
(Council No. 567) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-CLOSINCJ PARK AVENUE, VARYING IN WIDTH, AND 

EXTENDING FROM HOWARD STREET, SOUTHEASTERLY TO 

PRESTON STREET 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing Park Avenue, varying in width, 
and extending from H(nvard Street, Southeasterly to Preston Street in ac- 
cordance with a plat thereof numbered 345-A-4, prepared by the Surveys and 
Records Division and fileii in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on 
the Thirty-first (31si) day of October, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections- 2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Skcthi.n 1. Be it i>rilniitrd by the Mayor and City Cuuncil of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close Park Avenue, varying in width, and extending from 
Howard Street, Southeasterly to Preston Street the street hereby directed to be 
Condemned for Siiiil closing being described as follows: 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the intersection of the 
east side of Howard Street, 80 feet wide, and the northeast side of Park 
Avenue, varying in width, and running thence binding on the northeast side of 
said Park Avenue, South 43°-35'-0U" East 324.09 feet to intersect the north 
side of Preston Street. 100 feet wide; thence binding on the north side of said 
Preston Street, South 87°-15'-00" West 98.59 feet to intersect the southwest 
side of said Park Avenue; thence binding on the southwest side of said Park 
Avenue the two following courses and distances; namely, North 37°-05'-40" 
West 70.33 feet and by a line curving to the left with a radius of 100.00 feet 
the distance of 81.51 feel which arc is subtended by a chord bearing North 
60''-26'-39.5" West 79.27 feet to intersect the east siiie of said Howard Street 
and thence binding on the east side of said Howard Street, North 05°-22'-50" 
West 144.93 feet lo the place of beginning. 

the sail! Park Avenue as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
de-scribed and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore Cit\ and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 345-A-4 which was filed in 
the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Thirty-first (31st) day of Oc- 
tober in the year 1984 ami is now on file in said Office. 

SK( . 2. And be it furtlier >trdai>ied. That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface slruc- 



54 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 288 

tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
sliall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
anil City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or mterfere therewith, such person, firm or cov- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission ami 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary bv such removal, alteration or interference. 

Sti". 3. Ami be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface strictures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

SEf. 4. And be it further ordained. That after said highway or higluvays shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sei'. 5. .4/((/ be It further ordained. That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highways, the Siiid Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all limes, have'access to 
said jjroperty and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, fur the purposes of inspection, maintenance, rejjair. alteration, reloca- 
tion anil/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 
this without permission from or com|»ensatii)n to the owner or owners of said 
land. 

Sec". \).Aitiltje it further (irdaiiied. That the pn^-eedings of said Dejtariment of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnati«)n and cK)sing of said F'ark 
Avenue and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by. and be in accordance with, any and all applicable 
provisions of Article 4 i»f the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (PJo4 Revision) as amended to July \. PJT.i and any 
anil all amendments thereto, ami any and all other Acts of the (General Assembly 
of Maryland, and any and all onlinances of the Mayor ami City Council oi 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been ailopted 
by the Director of Public Works and fileti with the Departnient of Legislative 
Reference. 

Ski-. 7. .4/(</ bt it furtiur ordaiiml. Thai this Ordinance shall lake elfecl from 
the (late of its passage. 

Appi'oved February -i. liK^o 

WILLIAM DONALD SCllALFLH. .U./.v"-. 



ORDINANCES 55 

No. 289 

(Council No. GOG) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS 
(COLLINS LITHOGRAPHING & PRINTING CO., INC. FACILITY) 

FOR the purpose of (i) authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 

Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more ^ ^ 

series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, •"2 

its economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount — 

not to exceed One Million One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,100,000.00), C$ 

pursuant to the provisions of Subsection (50) of Article II of the Charter of Q 

Baltimore City (iyG4 Revision), as amended for the sole and exclusive purpose f ^ 

of financing, to the extent possible to federal and state laws relating to the is- T ''* 

suance of industrial development bonds, the cost of the completion by Collins T ^ 

Lithogra|/<iing & Printing Co., Inc., a Maryland corporation, of a certain facil- f ^ 

ity to consist of and include: (a) the acquisition of a Miller TP-104 four color fT 

perfecting press with unimatic console; (b) 505 Calograph computer driven ^ 

automatic drafting and mask cutting device; (c) Laser color scanner with high ^ ^ 

performance direct color separator and laser dot generator; and (d) the in- J 

siallation in such space of such machinery and equipment and all other im- ^ ^ 

provements therein, as may be necessary or useful in connection with the ^ ^ 

operation of Collins Lithographing &. Printing Co., Inc.'s business, all to be P 

located at its present place of business at 501 West Twenty-Third Street, ^ 'Z 

Baltimore, Maryland 21211, and authorizing the Mayor of the City, on behalf 00 % 

of the City, to accept the Letter of Intent dated December 2, 1984 from Collins ^ 

Lithographing & Printing Co., Inc. to the City; making certain legislative find- ^ ? 

ings; reserving in the City certain rights concerning the issuance of any Bonds y Z 

issued by the City; authorizing the Board of Finance of the City, by a resolu- < Q 

tion or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any J 

series of such bonds issued by the City, to: (a) prescribe, among other things [^ 

but not limited to, the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing 
and selling and the limes or times of issuance, and any and all other details of 
such bonds; and (b) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in con- 
nection with the issuance and sale of such bonds by the City; providing that 
any bonds (or bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of 
such bonds), issued by the City, must be issued and sold within six (G) months 
from the date this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor, unless the Board of 
Finance approves one six (6) month extension as provided in this Ordinance; 
and generally providing for and determining various matters and details in 
connection with the issuance and sale of the bonds of the City. 

RECITALS 

Sub-section (50) of the Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (19G4 Revi- 
sion), as amended (the "Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the "City") to borrow money to finance undertakings for the ac- 
complishment of any of the purposes, objects and powers of the City and in con- 



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ORDINANCES Ord. No. 289 



nection therewith to issue bonds, notes, or other obHgations (including refunding 
bonds, notes or other obligations), all of which shall be fully negotiable, payable, 
as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) 
the revenues from or arising in connection with the property, facilities, 
developments and improvements whose financing is undertaken by the issuance 
of such bonds, notes or other obligations; (II) the revenues from or arising in con- 
nection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations; (III) the con- 
tracts, mortgages, or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the 
proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations; or (IV) any combination of (I), 
(II) or (III). The purposes, objects and powers of the City contemplated by the 
Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of employment in Baltimore City, 
encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore City, 
promoting economic development in Baltimore City, and promoting the health, 
welfare and safety of the residents of Baltimore City. 

The City has received a Letter of Intent dated December 2, 1984 (the "Letter 
of Intent") from Collins Lithographing & Printing Co., Inc., a Maryland corpora- 
tion (the "Borrower"), pursuant to which the Borrower has requested the City to 
participate in the tinancing, to the extent possible pursuant to federal and state 
laws relating to the issuance of industrial development bonds, of the costs of the 
completion by the Borrower of a certain facility in Baltimore City, Maryland (the 
"Facility"), by issuing and selling the City's economic development revenue bonds 
in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed One Million One Hundred Thou- 
sand Dollars ($1,100,000.00) (the "City Bonds") and by making the proceeds of 
the bonds available to the Borrower to be used by the Borrower for the sole and 
exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion of the Facility by the 
Borrower. 

The Letter of Intent expresses the Borrower's intention that the interest 
payable on the City Bonds shall be exempt from federal income taxation pur- 
suant to Section 103(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. The 
Borrower acknowledges in the Letter of Intent that the City reserves certain 
rights concerning the issuance of the City Bonds as provided in Section 4 hereof. 

The Facility, which is an "undertaking" which will accomplish the purposes, ob- 
jects and powers of the City as mentioned in the Enabling Law, will consist of 
and include: (a) the acquisition of a Miller TP-104 four color perfecting press with 
unimatic console; (b) 505 Calograph computer driven automatic drafting and 
mask cutting device; (c) Laser color scanner with high performance direct color 
separator and laser dot generator; and (d) the installation in such space of such 
machinery and equipment and all other improvements therein, as may be 
necessary or useful in connection with the operation of Collins Lithographing & 
Printing Co., Inc.'s business, all to be located at its present place of business at 
501 West Twenty-Third Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21211. 

The Enabling Law provides that the City may authorize and empower the 
Board of Finance of the City (the "Board") by resolution to determine and set 
forth the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and selling (in- 
cluding negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or times of is- 
suance, and any and all other details of the City Bonds and the issuance and sale 



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ORDINANCES 57 

thereof, and to do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection 
with the issuance and sale of the City Bonds. 

NOW THEREFORE, PURSUANT TO AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 
ENABLING LAW: 

Section I.Beit ordained by Mayor and City Council ofBaltiviore, That acting 
pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the City Bonds by the City pursuant to the En- 
abling Law to make the proceeds thereof available to the Borrower for the sole 
and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of completion of the Facility will u 
facilitate and expedite the completion of the Facility by the Borrower. ^5 

(2) The completion of the Facility by the Borrower and the financing of the C 
costs of such completion as provided in this Ordinance will serve to promote the f ^ 
general purposes contemplated by the Enabling Law by: (a) sustaining jobs and f ^ 
employment in Baltimore City; (b) promoting economic development in |T^ 
Baltimore City; and (c) encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced f ^ 
economy in Baltimore City. Specifically, the acquisition of the Facility in an- [T 
ticipated to increase employment in Baltimore City by creating fifteen (15) new /^ 
jobs within the next three (3) years. , 1 "Tl 

(3) Any and all of the City Bonds shall not be general obligations of the City and ^ 
shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or the taxing power of the ^ ^ 
City, and shall not constitute a debt of the City, all within the meaning of Section ? p 
7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or within the meaning of any — 
other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or restricting the T y 
sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. All of the City 

Bonds shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully negotiable, J p 

payable, as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a 
pledge of (I) the revenues from or arising in connection with the Facility; (II) the 
revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages or other 
securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds; (III) ff 

the contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired tf} 

with the proceeds of the City Bonds; or (IV) any combination of (I), (II), or (III), 
all as the Board may approve by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the 
issuance, sale and delivery of any of the City Bonds. 

Sfcic. 2. And be it further ordained, That the City is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue and sell at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, its 
economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal of this 
Ordinance. The proceeds of the City Bonds will be made available to the Bor- 
rower under terms and conditions approved by the Board as set forth in a Resolu- 
tion, and used by the Borrower for the sole and exclusive purpose of financing 
the costs of the completion of the Facility. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the City and the Borrower con- 
template that, upon the effectiveness of this Ordinance, the Borrower may com- 
mence the acquisition of the Facility prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of 






58 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 289 

the City Bonds; provided, however, that if the Borrower proceeds with the ac- 
quisition of the Facility prior to the adoption of a resolution by the Board, as 
described in Section 5(a) below, the Borrower does so at its own risk. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the City reserves the right, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, to take any actions deemed necessary by the City to in- 
sure that the City: (a) complies with present federal and State laws and any pend- 
ing or future federal or State legislation, whether proposed or enacted, which 
may restrict the issuance of industrial development bonds; and (b) issues its 
bonds (within the meaning of the Enabling Law and any present or future State 
and local laws), within the limits imposed by any such present laws or any such 
pending or future legislation or any future local laws, to finance those facilities 
which the City determines, in its sole and absolute discretion, will provide the 
greatest benefit to the City. 

Pursuant to the provisions of this Section 4, the City reserves the right, in its 
sole and absolute discretion, to, among other things: (1) never issue the City 
Bonds; (2) issue only a portion of the aggregate principal amount of the City 
Bonds requested by the Borrower; (3) restrict the use of the proceeds of the City 
Bonds; (4) delay indefinitely the issuance of the City Bonds; or (5) take any other 
actions deemed necessary by the City, in its sole and absolute discretion, to in- 
sure that the City achieves the goals set forth in the preceding paragraph. 

In addition, in the event that any present law or any pending or future legisla- 
tion limits or would limit (by a volume limitation or otherwise) the City's ability to 
issue bonds or other obligations, the interest payable on which is to be exempt 
from federal income taxation, the City reserves the right to choose to issue its 
bonds (within the meaning of the Enabling Law and any present or future State 
and local laws) for facilities other than the Facility, in such order of priority as it 
may determine in its sole and absolute discretion. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That, as permitted by the Enabling Law, 
the Board is hereby authorized and empowered by a resolution or resolutions 
adopted prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the City Bonds, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of the City Bonds; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of the City Bonds and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve: (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement; (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law; and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agi-eements as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for 
the security of the holders of the City Bonds; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 



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59 



customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of the City Bonds will be made available to the Borrower to finance the 
costs of the completion of the Facility; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of the City Bonds. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That any and all of the City Bonds shall not 
be general obligations of the City and shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith 
and credit or the taxing power of the City, and shall not constitute a debt of the 
City, all within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of 
Maryland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or 
restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. 
All of the City Bonds shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully 
negotiable, payable, as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured 
solely by a pledge of (I) the revenues from or arising in connection with the Facili- 
ty; (II) the revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages 
or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the City 
Bonds; (III) the contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of the City Bonds: or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) 
or (III), all as the Board may approve by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior 
to the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the City Bonds. 

Sec. 7. Ayid be it further ordained, That any and all of the City Bonds shall be 
executed in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and by the Director of Finance of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal, by his manual or facsimile signature. At least one 
signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds shall be manually 
subscribed. If the Bonds are required to be manually subscribed by a trustee, is- 
suing agent, fiscal agent, registrar, or other agent or custodian, any other 
signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds may be executed by 
facsimile. Any trust agreement or other document as the Board shall deem 
necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the City Bonds shall be 
executed in the name of the City on its behalf by the Mayor of the City by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal by his manual signature. In case any officer whose 
signature or a facsimile of whose signature shall appear on the City Bonds or any 
of the aforesaid documents shall cease to be such officer before the delivery of 
the City Bonds or any of the other aforesaid documents, such signature or such 
facsimile shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same as 
if such officer had remained in office until delivery. The Mayor of the City, the 
Director of Finance of the City, the Custodian of the City Seal and other officials 
of the City are hereby authorized and empowered to do all such acts and things 
and execute, such documents and certificates as the Board may determine by 
resolution to be necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions hereof. 




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Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That any and all necessary financing 
statements required for the consummation of the transaction authorized by this 



60 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 289 

Ordinance may be executed on behalf of the City by the Mayor of the City or by 
the Chief, Bureau of Treasury Management of the Cify or by such other ap- 
propriate official of the City as may be designated by the Mayor of the City to ex- 
ecute such financing statements. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That the authority to issue the City Bonds is 
intended and shall be deemed to include the authority to issue bond anticipation 
notes pursuant to Section 12 of Article 31 of the Annotated Code of Maryland 
(1976 Replacement Volume and 1983 Cumulative Supplement), as amended (the 
"Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation"). Reference in this Ordinance to 
the "City Bonds" shall include such bond anticipation notes where appropriate. 
Prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any series of bond anticipation notes, 
the Board shall adopt a resolution or resolutions, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of such bond anticipation notes; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of such bond anticipation notes and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve: (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement; (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law; and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of such bond anticipation notes; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of such bond anticipation notes will be made available to the Borrower to 
finance the costs of the completion of the Facility; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of such bond anticipation notes. 

In accordance with the Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation, the City 
hereby covenants to pay any bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Sec- 
tion of this Ordinance and the interest thereon from the proceeds of the City 
Bonds in anticipation of the sale of which such notes are issued, and the City 
hereby further covenants to issue such City Bonds, as the case may be. when, and 
as soon as, the reason for deferring the issuance of the City Bonds no longer ex- 
ists. The timely issuance of such City Bonds, however, is dependent upon 
matters not within the control of the City, including (without limitation) the 
existence of a purchaser or purchasers for such City Bonds at the time the reason 
for deferring the issuance of the City Bonds no longer exists and the effec- 
tiveness of various actions taken by the Borrower, its officers, agents and 
employees. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That the passage of this Ordinance shall 
not in any way indicate the approval of, or constitute any commitment for ap- 



ORDINANCES 61 

proval by, the City or any of its officers or employees of, any license, permit, ap- 
plication or any other request to the City with respect to the acquisition and 
operation of the Facility. 

Sec. II. And be it further ordained, That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held il- 
legal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances, 
such illegality, invalidity or unconsitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, or parts 
of this Ordinance or their application to other persons or circumstances. It is 
hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been 
passed if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, sec- 
tion or part had not been included herein, and if the person or circumstances to 
which this Ordinance or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically ex- 
empted herefrom. 

Sec. 12. And be it further ordained, That either the City Bonds or bond an- 
ticipation notes issued pursuant to this Ordinance in anticipation of the issuance 
of the City Bonds, must be issued and sold within six (6) months from the date on 
which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City; provided, however, 
that the Board, after a shovving of good cause at a public hearing held before the 
Board prior to or after the expiration of such six (6) month period, may extend 
the period during which either the City Bonds or such bond anticipation notes 
may be issued and sold for one additional term not to exceed six (6) months from 
the date on which the first six month period expired. The Board, in its sole discre- 
tion, and without action by the City Council, shall determine the sufficiency, or 
lack thereof, of the reasons presented for any requested extension of the six 
month period. If an extension is granted, notice of such extension and the 
reasons therefor must be sent to the City Council. To the extent that neither the 
City Bonds nor such bond anticipation notes are issued and sold within twelve 
(12) months from the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of 
the City, the authority provided in this Ordinance for the City to issue and sell 
the City Bonds and such bond anticipation notes shall expire. 

Sec. is. And be it further ordained, That, as required by Section 103(nX12XA) 
of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended (the "Code"), the City Council of the 
City, by its passage of this Ordinance, and the Mayor of the City, by his approval 
of this Ordinance, hereby collectively certify under penalty of perjury that any 
allocation by the City of any State volume limitation in the aggregate amount of 
"Private Activity Bonds" (as defined in the Code) which can be issued by the 
State of Maryland, its agencies and subdivisions, established pursuant to Section 
103(n) of the Code, was not made in consideration of any bribe, gift, gratuity or 
direct or indirect contribution to any political campaign. 

Sec. li.And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its enactment. 

A|.|.i(ivi(i Ffltruary 21. lUS.') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCllAKFKk. .!/////<,/•. 



62 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 290 

No. 290 
(Council No. 313) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING-3003 O'DONNELL STREET 

FOR the purpose of changing the zoning for the property known as 3003 
O'Donnell Street, from the R-8 Zoning District to the B-2-2 Zoning District as 
outUned in red on the plats acconnpanying this ordinance. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 6S 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sheet No. 68 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning" be and it is hereby 
amended by changing from the R-8 Zoning District to the B-2-2 Zoning District 
the property known as 3003 O'Donnell Street, as outlined in red on the plats ac- 
companying this ordinanc'e. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect thirty 
days from ilie date of its passage. 

.Appi-oxed Fulirua)-\ 22, litcS') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAFFFK, Ma,/..,-. 



ORDINANCES 63 

No. 291 
(Council No. 585) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING- MARINAS 

FOR the purpose of adding marinas to the lists of conditional uses in all zoning 
districts; changing the off-street parking requirements for marinas; and pro- 
viding standards for the granting of these conditional uses by the Zoning 
Board. 

BY adding to 

Article 30 -Zoning 

Sections 4.1-lc-8c. 5.1-lc-8c, 6.Mc-4b, 7.1-lc-6c, 7.2-lc-7a, 11.0-5a-14, 13.0- 

2-56a 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY repealing 

Article 30 -Zoning 

Sections 6.5-lc-2, 7.2-lb-37 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY amending 

Article 30 -Zoning 

Sections 9.0-3 -Marinas 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 30 -ZONING 
Chapter 4 - Residence Districts 
4.1 R-1 Single Family Residence District 

Ic. Conditional uses 
8c. Marinas 

Chapter 5 -Office-Residence Districts 
5.1 OR Office-Residence District 
Ic. Conditional uses. 
Sc. Maritias 

Chapter 6 -Business Districts 
6.1 B-1 Community Business District. 



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Ic. Conditional uses. 
46. Marinas 

6.5 B-5 Central Business District. 
Ic. Conditional uses. 
[2. Marinas] 

Chapter 7 -Industrial Districts 

7.1 Ml Industrial District. 
Ic. Conditional uses. 

6c. Marinas. 

7.2 M-2 Industrial District, 
lb. Permitted uses. 

[37. Marinas] 

Ic. Conditional uses. 

7a. Marinas 

Chapter 9 -Off Street Parking Regulations 

9.0-3 Schedule of Required Off-Street Parking Spaces 

Marinas: 

[B-4-1. B-4-2, B-3-1, B-3-2. B-3-3 One for each two marina slips or as 

determined by the Council after consideration of written recommendations by 
the Department of Transit and Traffic 

B-5-1, B-5-2, M-3, M-2-1, M-2-2 M-2-3 One for each two marina slips or as 

determined by the Board after consideration of written recommendations by the 
Department of Transit and Traffic] 

B-4. B-5 Ai" dettnnined by the Depart mtut of Transit a)id Traijic 

but no yrtatir than one fur every three slips 

All other districts One for each three manna slips icith the neartst 

boundaries of the parking and the marina separated by no more than 300 feet; the 
rcfjuirement may be reduced by the Board after written recommendation by the 
Department of Transit and Traffic to reduce the number of required parking 

s pacts 

Chapter 11 -Administration arid Enforcement 
11.0-5 Standards 
a. Standards for Conditional Uses. 



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i^. In addition, in the case of marinas, the Board must find that the proposed 
project shall be in cvnfvnnante with COMPATIBLE WITH AND SHALL NOT 
DISRUPT the Master Plan for Marinas, as adopted by the Planning Commission 
and amended from time to time, and shall further meet thefollounng conditions: 

(a) that the mariiia shall not unduly impede access to open water by other 
marinas, commercial operations or boat launches; and 

(b) that the applicant has met or will meet all local, state and federal re- 
quirements relating to the construction, operation and maintenance of a marina. 

Chapter 13 -Rules and Regulations 

13.0-2 Definitions. 

56a. Marina: Any facility designed to moor, berth, or launch recreational 
vessels for e ithe r commercial or ac c esso r y use A COMMERCIAL PURPOSE AS 
EITHER A PRINCIPAL OR ACCESSORY USE. ANY FACILITY PRIN- 
CIPALLY DESIGNED TO MANUFACTURE OR REPAIR BOATS OR SHIPS 
SHALL NOT BE CONSIDERED A MARINA FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS 
ORDINANCE. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 



.ApjiKoved Fehriiary 1^.'), li)8r) 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFKR. Muyi 



No. 292 
(Council No. 444) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING-1300 ANDRE STREET 

FOR the purpose of changing the zoning for the property known as 1300 Andre 
Street from the R-8 Zoning District to the O-R-4 Zoning District as outlined in 
red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BV amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 67 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Stciio.N 1. Be it iirdnint'd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sliet't No. 67 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning" be and it is hereby 
amended by changing from the R-8 Zoning District to the O-R-4 Zoning District 
the property known as 1300 Andre Street, as outlined in red on the plats accom- 
panying this ordinance. 



66 ORDINANCES . Ord. No. 293 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of tlie authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof 
and in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zon- 
ing Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. .4 nd be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on tlie 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 

.Approved February 2H, li)85 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayin: 



No. 293 
(Council No. ol()) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT- 
UNION MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

FOR the purpose of approving the application of Union Memorial Hospital to 
amend the Residential Planned Development approved by Ordinance 536, ap- 
proved February 22, 1974, and amended by Ordinance 1113, approved 
December 5, 1983, known generally as the Union Memorial Hospital Planned 
Development; and to approve the amendment to the Development Plan sub- 
mitted by the applicant SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CONDITIONS. 

BY authority 

Article 30 -Zoning 

Sections 12.0-a and 12.0-2 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Where.as, By Ordinance 536, approved February 22, 1974, the application of 
Union Memorial Hospital to have the property within the following perimeters, 
beginning on the north side of 33rd Street with the southwest corner of 1 14 East 
33rd Street, easterly to Guilford Avenue, northerly on the west side of Guilford 
Avenue to the southwest side of University Parkway, northwesterly to the east 
side of Calvert Street, southerly to a point on said east side of Calvert Street 
which is found by extending the southernmost property line of the Marylander 
Apartments and the northernmost property line of The Union Memorial Hospital 
parking garage property, east to the east side of Calvert Street, then westerly 
along said extension and property line to the east side of St. Paul Street, then 
southerly to the north side of 34th Street, then easterly to a point on the said 



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north side of 34th Street, which is found by extending the easternmost boundary 
of the alley behind the 3300 block St. Paul Street to the north side of 34th Street, 
then southerly along said extension and the easternmost boundary of said alley 
to the rear property lines of 110 and 112 East 33rd Street, then easterly along 
said property lines to the line of division between 112 and 114 East 33rd Street, 
then southerly along said division line to the place of beginning, excepting 
therefrom publicly owned streets and alleyways, as outlined on the plats accom- 
panying the ordinance, designated a Residential Planned Development in accord- 
ance with Sections 12.0-1 and 12.0-2 of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1976 Edition, as amended); and the Development Plan submitted by Union 
Memorial Hospital was approved; and 

Where.^s, By Ordinance 1113, approved December 5, 1983, the boundaries of 
the Planned Development were extended to include the properties known as 108 
and 1 10 East 33rd Street, and the development plan was amended to permit con- 
struction of a Fitness Court on the site previously designated "Building G;" and 
to permit construction of three additional decks on the existing parking garage; 
and 

Whereas, Union Memorial Hospital now wishes to construct a fourth addi- 
tional deck on its parking garage; and 

Wheke.\s, On November 2. 1984, representatives of Union Memorial Hospital 
conferred with representatives of the Director of Planning, the designated of- 
ficer of the Baltimore City Planning Commission to hold a pre-petition con- 
ference to explain the scope and nature of the proposed amendment to the 
Development Plan; and 

Whereas, The representatives of Union Memorial Hospital hereby make for- 
mal application to the Baltimore City Council and submit the requisite amend- 
ment to the Development Plan, previously approved, which Plan includes those 
requirements specified in Sections 12.0-1 and 12.0-2 of Article 30 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1976 Edition, as amended); now, therefore 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the amendment to the Development Plan approved by Ordinance 536, approved 
February 22, 1974, and amended by Ordinance 1113, approved December 5, 
1983, submitted by Union Memorial Hospital, attached hereto and made a part 
hereof, be and it is hereby approved. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the amendment to the Develop- 
ment Plan which is a part hereof and in order to give notice to the departments 
which are administering the Zoning Ordinance, the President of the City Council 
shall sign the amendment to the Development Plan and when the Mayor ap- 
proves the ordinance, he shall sign the amendment to the Development Plan. The 
director of Finance shall then transmit a copy of the oiuinance to the Board of 
Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission and the Zoning 
Administrator. 



G8 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 2y4 

SEC. 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT FOR A PERIOD OF 5 
YEARS FROM THE ENACTMENT OF THIS ORDINANCE NO ADDI- 
TIONAL PARKING DECKS SHALL BE PERMITTED TO BE ADDED TO 
THE EXISTING GARAGE STRUCTURE. 

SEC. 4. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT CONSTRUCTION OF 
THE FITNESS PARK SHALL BEGIN NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS AFTER 
THE LAST GARAGE DECK IS COMPLETED, OR NOT LATER THAN 

JULY 31, 1985. 

/ 

Sec. 3 5. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on 
the 30th day after the date of its enactment. 



Ai)|)rove(i March 12, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. M,u/o 



No. 294 
(Council No. 522) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION- DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING 
AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

F^OR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Eight Hundred Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($825,000) to the 
Department of Housing and Community Development to be used for im- 
provements to the Harbor Walk and Landscaping located in the Inner Harbor 
West Renewal Project. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whkkeas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

Whekeas, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 



ORDINANCES 69 

suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 7th day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Eight Hundred Twenty-five 
Thousand Dollars ($825,000) shall be made available to the Department of Hous- 
ing and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary 
loan fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose 
of improvements to the Harbor Walk and Landscaping located in the Inner Har- 
bor West Renewal Project. The amount thus made available as a supplementary 
loan fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived from the is- 
suance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore 
City on November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount from this 
source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in deter- 
mining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and 
said funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan fund ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it furtfier ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approveti March 12, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mnyur. 



70 ORDINANCES ■ Ord. No. 295 

No. 295 
(Council No. 523) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING 
AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of One Million One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars 
($1,175,000) to the Department of Housing and Community Development to 
be used for improvements to the Jones Falls Int e rim Promenade and City 
Docks located in the lower Jones Falls area of the Inner Harbor East Renewal 
Project. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.as, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 7th day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Coiuicil of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Million One Hundred 
Seventy-five Thousand Dollars ($1,175,000) shall be made available to the 
Department of Housing and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as 



ORDINANCES 71 

a supplementary loan fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1985, for the purpose of improvements to the Jones Falls Int e rim Promenade 
and City Docks located in the lower Jones Falls area of the Inner Harbor East 
Renewal Project. The amount thus made available as a supplementary loan fund 
appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived from the issuance of cer- 
tificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on 
November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount from this source 
which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining 
the tax lev}' required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said 
funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 
Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. Aiid be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March VI, 198." 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK. Mmji 



No. 296 
(Council No. 524) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Five Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($550,000) to the Depart- 
ment of Public Works to be used for improvements necessary to close the com- 
pleted Woodberr>- Quarry Landfill. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hK3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WntHEAS, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion II of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 118 approved June 21, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) and to issue and sell certificates of 
indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution and 
Ordinance; and 

Wheke.as, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 



72 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 296 

to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of 
Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 31st day of October, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Five Hundred Fifty Thousand 
Dollars ($550,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works of 
the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropriation foi the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of improvements necessary to close 
the completed Woodberry Quarry Landfill. The amount thus made available as a 
supplementary loan fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived 
from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of 
Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount 
from this source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates 
in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal 
year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan 
fund appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.Approved March 12. 19S5 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFLK. M'lunr. 



ORDINANCES 73 

No. 297 
(Council No. 525) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the pui-pose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) to the Department 
of Public Works to be used for modification of the Northwest Transfer 
Station. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion II of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 118 approved June 21, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) and to issue and sell certificates of 
indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution and 
Ordinance; and 

Wheke.as, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimates 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of 
Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hK3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 31st day of October. 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand 
Dollars ($150,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works of 
the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropriation for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of modification of the Northwest 



74 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 298 

Transfer Station. The amount thus made available as a supplementary loan fund 
appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived from the issuance of cer- 
tificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on 
November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount from this source 
which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining 
the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said 
funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 
Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March 12, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFKK. Mntjor. 



No. 298 
(Council No. 52(i) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000) to the Department of 
Public Works to be used for landscaping the demolition landfill located at the 
north end of the Hanover Street Bridge. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.^s, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion II of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 118 approved June 21, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) and to issue and sell certificates of 
indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution and 
Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of 
Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended); and 



ORDINANCES 75 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 31st day of October, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Three Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($300,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works of 
the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropriation for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of landscaping the demolition landfill 
located at the north end of the Hanover Street Bridge. The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary loan fund appropriation shall be expended from 
revenue derived from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized 
by the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, said amount being in ex- 
cess of the amount from this source which was estimated and relied upon by the 
Board of Estimates in determining the tax \evy required to balance the budget 
for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for this sup- 
plementary loan fund appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And he it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

-Approvt'd March 12, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK, Mayor. 



No. 299 
(Council No. 559) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary motor vehicle fund appropriation 
in the amount of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) to the Depart- 
ment of Public Works to be used for replacement of deteriorated street light 
poles and conversion to sodium vapor lamps. 



76 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 299 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by 
State-shared Highway User Taxes in prior years in excess of the revenue from 
this source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in 
determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the current fiscal 
year, and said money is therefore available for appropriation to the Department 
of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(h) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary motor vehicle fund appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 21st day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article V^I, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Five Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($500,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works of 
the City of Baltimore as a supplementary motor vehicle fund appropriation for 
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of replacement of 
deteriorated street light poles and conversion to sodium vapor lamps. The 
amount thus made available as a supplementary motor vehicle fund appropria- 
tion shall be expended from revenue derived from State-shared Highway User 
Taxes in prior years in excess of the amount from this source which was 
estimated or relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy 
required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said 
State-shared Highway User Taxes shall be the source of revenue for this sup- 
plementary motor vehicle fund appropriation, as required by Article \T, Section 
2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.A|>lii-(.\eil .Maivh 1"^, IKS;") 

WILLIA.M DONALD .^CIlAKKKIi, M'niu,-. 



ORDINANCES 77 

No. 300 
(Council No. 560) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary motor vehicle fund appropriation 
in the amount of Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) to the Department of Public 
Works to be used for rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Jones Falls Ex- 
pressway from the northern city line to Chase Street. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by 
State-shared Highway User Taxes in prior years in excess of the revenue from 
this source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in 
determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the current fiscal 
year, and said money is therefore available for appropriation to the Department 
of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(h) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary motor vehicle fund appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 21st day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hK3) of said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter 
of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) shall 
be made available to the Department of Public Works of the City of Baltimore as 
a supplementary motor vehicle fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1985, for the purpose of rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Jones Falls 
Expressway from the northern city line to Chase Street. The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary motor vehicle fund appropriation shall be expended 
from revenue derived from State-shared Highway User Taxes in prior years in 
excess of the amount from this source which was estimated or relied upon by the 
Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget 
for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said State-shared Highway User 
Taxes shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund ap- 



78 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 301 

propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March 12, U)8; 



WILLIAM DONALD SCMALFER. Maij^ 



No. 801 
(Council No. 56 1) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SIJPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) to the Department of Public 
Works to be used for rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Jones Falls Ex- 
pressway from the northern city line to Chase Street. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.as, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion XII of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 117 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and to issue and sell certificates 
of indebtedness for the uses and pui-poses set forth in said Resolution and 
Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenue:? estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of 
Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended); and 

Where.as, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of said Charter; and 



ORDINANCES 79 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 21st 
day of November, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

^ Section I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2 of the 1964 revision of the Charter 
of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) shall 
be made available to the Djipartment of Public Works of the City of Baltimore as 
a supplementary loan fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1985, for the purpose of rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Jones Falls Ex- 
pressway from the northern city line to Chase Street. The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary loan fund appropriation shall be expended from 
revenue derived from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized 
by the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, said amount being in ex- 
cess of the amount from this source which was estimated or relied upon by the 
Board of Estimates is determining the tax levy required to balance the budget 
for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for this sup- 
plementary loan fund appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the 
Baltimore Cit>' Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March VA, 198;' 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayi 



No. 302 



I 
((\»uncil No. 614) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



PARKING-RESERVED 
WELDON PLACE SOUTH 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on Weldon Place South for 
Ruth A. Sullivan. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of BaltimorCr That on 
the north side of Weldon Place South from a point 112' east of Weldon Place 
West to a point 134' east of Weldon Place West, parking is reserved for Ruth A. 
Sullivan.; 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Approved March 12, 198.') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, .Umyo;-. 



80 ORDINANCES Old. No. 304 

No. 303 
(Council No. (ilo) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING -RESERVED 
APPEALS JUDGES 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on St. Paul Street (Lower 
Level) and Holliday Street for certain judges. 

Section I.Beit ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the west side of St. Paul Street (Lower Level) from a point 164' north of Lex- 
ington Street to a point 206' north of Lexington Street, parking is reserved for 
Judges, Court Special Appeals, displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That on the west side of Holliday Street 
from a point 230' north of Saratoga Street to a point 292' north of Saratoga 
Street, parking is reserved for Judges, Court of Appeals, displaying a permit. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved March 12. U)85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFKK. M 



u/or 



Nc». 304 
(C\)uncil No. 621) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING -RESERVED 
5TH STREET 

F(^R the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the east side of 5th Street 
for Frank C. Coyne. 

Sl\ Tio.N 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the east side of 5th Street, from a point 69' south of Doris Avenue to a point 91' 
south of Doris Avenue, parking is reserved for Frank C. Coyne, displaying a 
permit. 

Sec. 2. A)id be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

ApproVLMJ March 12. liKSa 

WILLIAM DOXALD SCllALFEK. Mo,,nr. 



ORDINANCES 81 

No. 305 
(Council No. G22) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
MORLEY STREET 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on Morley Street for Anita 
Brown. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
Morley Street, north side, from a point 65' west of Hilton Street to a point 87' 
west of Hilton Street, parking is reserved for Anita Brown, displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. Atid be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Appmvt'tl March 12. I'JSo 



WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFEK. Mn 



yor. 



No. 3()(i 
(Council No. (>25) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

RESERVED PARKING-ST. PAUL STREET (LOWER LEVEL) 
AND HOLLIDAY STREET 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the Lower Level of St. 
Paul Street and on Holliday Street for certain City officials. 

BY repealing 

Ordinance 185, approved July 11, 1968 

Sections (29) and (30) 

Ordinance 387, approved July 2, 1981 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sections (29) and (30) of Ordinance 185, approved July 11, 1968 which read as 
follows are hereby repealed: 

((29) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), westerly side, from a point 33 feet norther- 
ly from Lexington Street to a point 52 feet northerly from Lexington Street: 1 
space reserved for State's Attorney, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.; 
from a point 52 feet northerly from Lexington Street to a point 95 feet northerly 
from Lexington Street: 2 spaces reserved for Sheriffs Office, between the hours 
of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. 



82 • ORDINANCES Old. No. 306 

(30) St. Paul Street (Lower Level), westerly side, from a point 95 feet northerly 
from Lexington Street to the roadway north of Lexington Street: parking 
reserved between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. for vehicles belonging to or 
operated by employees of the Workmen's Compensation Commission of the State 
of Maryland. Every such vehicle shall have affixed thereto a suitable card or 
other insignia issued by the Workmen's Compensation Commission and approved 
by the Commissioner of Transit and Traffic attesting to the right of such vehicle 
to be parked at such location under the provisions of this subsection.] 

Slc. 2. And be it further ordained, That Ordinance 387, approved July 2, 1981, 
which provided as follows is hereby repealed: 

"SECTION 1 . Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
on the west side of St. Paul Street (Lower Level) from a point 43 feet north of 
Lexington Street to a point 106 feet north of Lexington Street, parking is 
reserved between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. for vehicles belonging to or 
operated by employees of the Sheriffs Office of Baltimore City and exhibiting a 
permit." 

Sec. S.And be it further ordained, That reserved parking is hereby provided at 
the following locations: 

St. Paul Street (Lower Level) west side from a point 36' north of Lexington 
Street to a point 71' north of Lexington Street -parking is reserved for the 
State's Attorney displaying a permit. 

St. Paul Street (Lower Level) west side from a point 71' north of Lexington 
Street to a point 164' north of Lexington Street -parking is reserved for vehicles 
of the Sheriffs Office displaying a permit. 

St. Paul Street (Lower Level) west side from a point 206' north of Lexington 
Street to a point 237' north of Lexington Street -parking is reserved for vehicles 
of the Public Defenders' Office displaying a permit. 

St. Paul Street (Lower Level) west side from a point 237' north of Lexington 
Street to a point 247''north of Lexington Street -parking is reserved for the 
Director of Urban Services displaying a permit. 

Holliday Street, west side, from a point 39' north of Saratoga Street to a point 
113' north of Saratoga Street -parking reserved for vehicles of the Public 
Defenders' Office displaying a permit. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Approved March 12. l*t8o 

WILLIA.M DO.XALI) .SCllAKFKli. M'n/nr. 



ORDINANCES 83 

No. 307 
(Council No. 6(J1) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS- 
STEPHEN'S SQUARE PROJECT 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the "City") to issue, sell and deHver, at any time or from time to 
time and in one or more series, as hmited obligations of the City and not upon 
its full faith and credit, its industrial development revenue bonds, to be 
designated "Baltimore City, Maryland Industrial Development Revenue 
Bonds (Stephen's Square Project)" (the "Bonds") in an aggregate principal 
amount not to exceed $2,700,000, pursuant to the provisions of Sub-Section 
(50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended, 
in order to make the proceeds from the sale thereof available to Stephen's 
Square Limited Partnership, a Maryland limited partnership (the "Borrower") 
by making a direct loan to the Borrower, all for the sole and exclusive purpose 
of financing the costs, charges, fees and expenses in connection with (a) the is- 
suance and sale of the Bonds; (b) the acquisition, construction, reconstruction 
and rehabilitation of certain real property and the improvements located in 
Baltimore City; and (c) the acquisition and installation of certain machinery 
and equipment, said real property, improvements, machinery and equipment 
(the "Project") to be owned by the Borrower as a multi-family rental housing 
project to 'provide approximately 92 apartment units in Baltimore City, at 
least twenty percent (20%) (or at least fifteen percent (15%), if the Project is 
deemed to be a "Targeted Area Project") of which rental dwelling units shall, 
upon completion, be leased to persons having low or moderate income, in com- 
pliance with the requirements of Section 103(bX4XA) of the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954, as amended, and the regulations promulgated thereunder, 
authorizing the City to loan the proceeds to the Borrower pursuant to a loan 
agreement between the City and the Borrower; authorizing Mayor of the City 
to accept, on behalf of the City, the Borrower's letter of intent dated January 
15, 1985; making certain legislative findings; authorizing and empowering the 
Board of Finance of the City, prior to the issuance and delivery of such Bonds, 
to adopt a resolution pursuant to which the Board of Finance of the City shall 
(a) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, sources of payment, manner or method of issuing and selling, and the 
time or times of issuance, and any and all other details of such Bonds, and (b) 
do any and all things necessary, proper and expedient in connection with the 
issuance and sale of such Bonds; authorizing the sale of the Bonds by private 
(negotiated) or public (retail) sale; providing that the Borrower shall agree to 
submit certain plans and specifications to, and to coordinate with, the 
Neighborhood Progress Administration/DHCD in connection with such ac- 
quisition, consti-uction, reconstruction, rehabilitation and equipping of the 
Project; and generally providing for and determining various matters and 
details in connection with the authorization, issuance, security, sale and pay- 
ment of such series of Bonds. 



84 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 307 

RECITALS 

Sub-Section (50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964) Revision, 
as amended, (the "Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the "City") to issue revenue bonds and to use the proceeds of the sale 
of such revenue bonds to finance undertakings for the accomplishment of any of 
the purposes, objects and powers of the City. Some of the general objectives of 
the City, contemplated by the Enabling Law, include (a) the relief of conditions of 
unemployment in Baltimore City, (b) promoting the health, welfare and safety of 
the residents of Baltimore City, and (c) promoting commercial and economic 
development in Baltimore City, 

The City has received a letter of intent dated January 15, 1985 (the "Letter of 
Intent") from Stephen's Square Limited Partnership, a Maryland partnership 
(the "Borrower") pursuant to which the Borrower has requested that the City 
participate in the financing of the costs, charges, fees and expenses in connection 
with a certain project (hereinafter described and referred to as the "Project") by 
issuing and selling its industrial development revenue bonds in the aggregate 
principal amount not to exceed $2,700,000 (the "Bonds") and loaning the pro- 
ceeds from the sale thereof to the Borrower pursuant to a loan agreement (the 
"Loan Agreement"). 

The Project will consist of (a) the acquisition, construction, reconstruction and 
rehabilitation, so as to contain rental dwelling units, of certain real estate and 
those approximately 55 properties located at 14-20 N. Strieker (even numbers 
only), 1503-1535 W. Fairmount (except 1520 and 1534), 13-17 N. Gilmer (odd 
numbers only), 1408-1412 W. Baltimore (even numbers only), 1504-1512 
VV. Baltimore (even numbers only), 1521-1529 W. Baltimore (odd numbers only, 
excluding 1523 and 1525), 1415, 1417 and 1429 W. Fayette, 21 N. Calhoun and 
21-23 N. Strieker (odd numbers only) in Baltimore City together with all existing 
improvements located therein, (b) the acquisition and installation of certain 
equipment and machinery that is necessary or deemed by the Borrower to be 
useful in connection with the operation of the Project and (c) the acquisition of 
such interests in land as may be necessary or desirable for the Project, together 
with roads, alleys, other rights of access, utilities and other necessary facilities. 
The Project will be owned by the Borrower. At least twenty percent (20%) of the 
rental units in the Project and in each noncontiguous portion of the Project (or at 
least fifteen percent (15%) it the Project is deemed to be a "targeted area 
project") are to be leased, upon completion, to persons having low or nuKlerate in- 
come, in compliance with the requirements of Section 103(bX4)(A) of the Internal 
Re\'enue Code of 1954, as amended, and the regulations promulgated 
thereunder. 

The Loan Agreement will provide that payments by the Borrower shall be suf- 
ficient to enable the City to pay the principal of and interest and premium, if any, 
on the Bonds when and as the same shall be due and payable. 

The Loan Agreement will require the Borrower to use the proceeds of the 
Bonds solely to finance the Project (except to the extent of amounts permitted 
hereunder and by the Loan Agreement to be expended for other purposes). 



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As security for the Bonds, the City may enter into a trust indenture (the "In- 
denture") with a corporate trustee (the "Trustee") to be appointed by the Board 
of Finance of the City (the "Board of Finance") or an assignment agreement (the 
"Assignment") with the original purchaser of the Bonds (the "Purchaser") and a 
trustee (which may be the Purchaser) (the "Project Fund Trustee"). Pursuant to 
an Indenture or pursuant to the Assignment in the event that an Indenture is 
determined to be unnecessary, the City will assign to the Trustee or the Pur- 
chaser (among other things), (a) all of the City's right, title and interest in and to 
and remedies under any Loan Agreement or any regulatory agreement between 
the Borrower and the City relating to the tax exemption of interest on the Bonds 
(the "Regulatory Agreement") (excepting only the right of the City to indem- 
nification by the Borrower and to payments to the City for expenses incurred by 
the City itself) including any and all collateral referred to therein, (b) the receipts 
and revenues of the City from any loan payments by the Borrower, (c) moneys 
which are at any time or from time to time on deposit with the Trustee, (d) all 
right, title and interest in and to and remedies with respect to any and all other 
property of every description and nature from time to time by delivery or by 
wTiting of any kind conveyed, pledged, assigned or transferred, as and for addi- 
tional security for the Bonds, by the City or by anyone on its behalf or with its 
written consent, to the Trustee, and (e) all of the City's right, title and interest in 
and to remedies under such other documents, including, without limitation, mort- 
gages, deeds of trust, assignments, leases, guaranties and security agreements, 
as the Board of Finance shall deem appropriate or necessary to effectuate the is- 
suance, sale and delivery of the Bonds and which the Board of Finance shall ap- 
prove by resolution (the "Resolution") to be adopted by the Board of Finance 
prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds. 

The Bonds may be sold by private (negotiated) sale or by public (retail) sale sub- 
ject to such terms and conditions as shall be approved by the Board of Finance, 
including the form of and the manner of execution and delivery of an official 
statement or other offering circular to be distributed in connection with a public 
offering of the Bonds or an information memorandum or other official informa- 
tional document prepared in connection with a private placement of Bonds. 

The Taxation and Finance Committee of the City Council held a public hearing, 
pursuant to notice published in a newspaper of general circulation in the City for 
the purpose of apprising affected residents of the City of the proposed issuance 
of the Bonds and allo\^^ng such residents to appear and be heard concerning the 
issuance of the Bonds and the location and nature of the Project. Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore has determined following such public hearing that the is- 
suance of the Bonds to finance the Project is in the public interest and for a public 
purpose and by this Ordinance has given its approval thereto. 

NOW. THEREFORE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

StcTio.N 1. Be it ordnimd by the Muyor and City Council of Baltimore, That act- 
ing pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(a) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to lend the proceeds thereof directly to the Borrower fc the sole 



86 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 307 

and exclusive purpose of financing the issuance and sale of the Bonds and the 
costs of the Project will facilitate, enable and expedite the completion of the 
Project by the Borrower. 

(b) The completion of the Project by the Borrower and the financing thereof as 
provided in this Ordinance will serve to promote the general purposes con- 
templated by the Enabling Law by (i) sustaining jobs and employment in 
Baltimore City, (ii) promoting economic development in Baltimore City; and (iii) 
encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore City. 

(c) Neither the Bonds nor the interest or premium (if any) thereon shall ever be 
general obligations of the City or constitute a pledge of or involve the faith and 
credit or the taxing powers of the City, and neither shall constitute a debt of the 
City within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of 
Maryland or within the meaning of any other constitutional or charter provision 
or statutory limitation, and neither shall ever constitute or give rise to any 
pecuniary liability of the City. The Bonds and the interest thereon shall be 
limited obligations of the City, repayable by the City solely from the sources 
prescribed by the Board of Finance in the Resolution which may include loan 
repayments made by the Borrower, moneys derived from any collateral pledged 
under any document or security agreement executed and delivered in connection 
\dth issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, any moneys held from time to time 
by the Trustee (if one is appointed), including unexpended Bond proceeds and in- 
vestment earnings thereon, and any other moneys made available to the City for 
such purpose. The proceeds of the Bonds of each series will be paid directly to the 
Trustee or to the Project Fund Trustee to be disbursed by the Tioistee as pro- 
vided in the Indenture or by the Project Fund Trustee as provided in the Assign- 
ment, either of which to be approved by the Board of Finance in the Resolution. 
Loan payments will be paid directly to the Trustee (or the holders of the Bonds in 
the event a Tmstee is not appointed for such purpose) as provided in the Inden- 
ture or a Loan Agreement to be approved by the Board of Finance in the Resolu- 
tion. No such moneys uill be commingled with the City's funds or will be subject 
to the absolute control of the City, but will be subject only to such limited supervi- 
sion and checks as are deemed necessary or desirable by the City to insure that 
the proceeds of the Bonds are used to accomplish the public purposes of the 
Enabling Law and this Ordinance. The transactions authorized hereunder shall 
in no event constitute capital projects within the meaning of any charter or 
statutory provisions. The public purposes expressed in the Enabling Law are to 
be achieved by facilitating, enabling and expediting the completion of the Project 
by the Borrower. 

(d) The Board of Finance shall, in its discretion, provide in the Resolution for 
whatever form of security, if any, it deems appropriate in connection with the is- 
suance, sale and delivery of the Bonds. It is contemplated that, if the proceeds of 
the Bonds are loaned to the Borrower, the City will acquire no interest in the 
Project other than (i) any general interest in the Borrower's projjerty shared by 
all holders of the Borrower's obligations which rank and are secured equally with 
the Borrower's obligations pursuant to the Loan Agreement, as ap|)licable, (ii) 
the lien and security interest created by a deed of tnjst, if any, and by the Loan 
Agi-eement, as applicable, and (iii) any interest created by any other mortgage or 



ORDINANCES 87 

deed of trust or other security instrument executed and delivered by the Bor- 
rower or any third party as security for a loan of the Bond proceeds as the Board 
of Finance may provide for and approve in the Resolution and that the security 
for the Bonds shall be solely and exclusively (iv) the absolute, irrevocable and un- 
conditional obligation of the Borrower to make the payments required by the 
Loan Agreement, (v) moneys from the liquidation of the lien and security interest 
created by the deed of trust, if any, and the Loan Agreement, and of any other 
lien or security interest created with respect to any property as security for a 
loan of the Bond proceeds or the Bonds as the Board of Finance may provide for 
and approve in the Resolution, and (vi) moneys realized from any guaranty of the 
Bonds or of any such loan as the Board of Finance may provide for and approve 
in the Resolution. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the City is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue, sell and deliver, at any time and from time to time and in one or 
more series, and as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and 
credit, its Baltimore City, Maryland Industrial Development Revenue Bonds 
(Stephen's Square Project), in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed 
$2,700,000 subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The proceeds of the Bonds 
will be loaned to the Borrower pursuant to the terms and provisions of the Loan 
Agreement for the sole and exclusive purpose of financing the issuance and cost 
of the Bonds and the costs, charges, fees and expenses of the Project. The Bonds 
and the interest thereon shall be limited obligations of the City, repayable by the 
City solely from the sources prescribed by the Board of Finance in the Resolution 
which may include loan repayments by the Borrower on account of a loan by the 
City of the Bond proceeds, any moneys derived from any collateral pledged 
under any document or security agreement executed and delivered in connection 
with the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, any moneys held from time to 
time by the Trustee, including unexpended Bond proceeds and investment earn- 
ings thereon, and any other moneys made available to the City for such purpose. 
The security for the Bonds shall be solely and exclusively as provided in Section 1 
of this Ordinance. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance constitutes the ap- 
proval of the issuance of the Bonds and the commitment of the City to issue the 
Bonds, and the Mayor of the City is hereby authorized to accept the Letter of In- 
tent on behalf of the City in order to further evidence the commitment of the City 
to issue the Bonds in accordance with the terms and provisions of this Ordinance. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That each of the Bonds shall bear the 
descriptive title "Baltimore City, Maryland, Industrial Development Revenue 
Bonds (Stephen's Sijuare Project)", provided, that the descriptive title may 
contain such other descriptive information as the Board of Finance may 
prescribe, in the Resolution (e.g. "Series A", or "1984 Series"). The Bonds shall 
bear interest at the rate or rates of interest to be approved and prescribed by the 
Board of Finance in the Resolution. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That the definitive Bonds, which may be 
engraved, printed or typewritten, including the Trustee's Certificate of Authen- 
tication to be endorsed thereon, shall be in such form, not inconsistent with the 



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Enabling Law and the provisions of this Ordinance, as the Board of Finance may 
approve in the Resolution. 

Sec. 6. A)id be it further ordaiiied, That the Bonds shall be executed in the 
name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City, by his manual or fac- 
simile signature, and by the Director of Finance of the City, by his manual or fac- 
simile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile thereof shall be 
impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the Custodian of the 
City Seal, by his manual or facsimile signature. Any Loan Agreement, Inden- 
ture, Regulatory Agreement or any other document which the Board of Finance 
deems necessary or appropriate to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of 
the Bonds, shall be executed in the name of the City and on its behalf by the 
Mayor of the City (or such other officer as the Mayor shall lawfully designate for 
the purpose) by his manual signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a fac- 
simile thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested 
by the Custodian of the City Seal by his manual signature. In case any officer 
whose signature or a facsimile of whose signature shall appear on the Bonds or 
any of the aforesaid documents shall cease to be such officer before the delivery 
of the Bonds or any of the other aforesaid documents, such signature or such fac- 
simile shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same as if 
such officer had remained in office until delivery. The Mayor of the City, the 
Director of Finance of the City, the Custodian of the City Seal and other officials 
of the City are hereby authorized and empowered to do all such acts and things 
and execute such documents and certificates as the Board of Finance may deter- 
mine in the Resolution to be necessary to carry out and comply with the provi- 
sions hereof. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained. That the Bonds shall be executed, issued 
and delivered at any time or from time to time in one or more series and in such 
amount or amounts not exceeding, in the aggregate, the principal amount of 
$2,700,000 as the Board of Finance shall prescribe in the Resolution. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained. That the Bonds shall be dated, shall be in 
such denominations, shall be of such form and tenor, and shall be payable in such 
amounts at such times not exceeding 42 years from the date thereof and at such 
place or places as the Board of Finance shall prescribe in the Resolution. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordai)ted, That the Bonds may be subject to redemp- 
tion prior to their stated maturities upon such terms and conditions as the Board 
of Finance shall prescribe in the Resolution. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of the Bonds, the Board of Finance shall adopt the Resolution pursuant 
to which the Board of Finance shall: 

(a) prescribe the form, tenor, terms, sources of payment, provisions and condi- 
tions of and security for the Bonds; 

(b) prescribe the actual amounts, rate or rates of interest (or the method of 
determining the same), denominations, date, actual maturity or maturities and 
the place or places of payment of the Bonds, and the terms and conditions and 



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details under which the Bonds may be called for redemption prior to their stated 
maturities; 

(c) appoint a bank having trust powers, or a trust company, as Trustee for the 
Bonds (if a Trustee is to be appointed) and appoint a paying agent or agents for 
the Bonds, which may be the Trustee; 

(d) approve the form and contents, and authorize the execution and delivery 
(where applicable) of any of the following documents: (i) a Loan Agreement, (ii) 
an Indenture, (iii) a Regulatory Agreement, (iv) any preliminary and final official 
statement or offering circular prepared in connection with the public sale of the 
Bonds or any offering memorandum or other official informational document 
prepared in connection with a private placement of the Bonds, and (v) such other 
documents as the Board of Finance shall deem appropriate or necessary in order 
to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds; 

(e) determine the time of execution, issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds 
and prescribe any and all other details of the Bonds; 

(f) provide for the direct payment by the Borrower of all costs, fees and ex- 
penses incurred by or on behalf of the City in connection with the issuance, sale 
and delivery of the Bonds, including (without limitation) costs of printing (if any) 
and issuing the Bonds, legal expenses and compensation to any person (other 
than full time employees of the City) performing services by or on behalf of the 
City in connection therewith; 

(g) provide for the issuance and sale (subject to the passage of an appropriate 
ordinance authorizing the same as may be required at the time) of one or more 
series of additional bonds and one or more series of refunding bonds; and 

(h) do any and all things, and authorize the officials of the City to do any and all 
things, necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the issuance, sale and 
deliver}' of the Bonds. 

Sec. 11. And be it further ordained, That any Loan Agreement, Indenture, 
Assignment, Regulatory Agreement or any official statement, offering circular 
or information memorandum prepared in connection with the sale of the Bonds 
shall contain such terms, provisions and conditions, not inconsistent with the 
Enabling Law and the provisions of this Ordinance, as the Board of Finance shall 
approve in the Resolution. 

Sh.r. 12. And be it further ordained, That, as authorized by the Enabling Law, 
the Bonds may be sold by private (negotiated) sale or by public (retail) sale upon 
such terms and conditions as shall be approved by the Board of Finance in the 
Resolution. The Board is hereby authorized: 

(a) to consent to the use by representatives of the Borrower, any investment 
bankers or other firms acting as underwriters or placement agents or otherwise 
in regard to the sale of the Bonds, of (i) a preliminary and tlnal official statement 
or offering circular in connection with any public offering of the Bonds, or (ii) an 
offering memorandum or other official informational document in connection 
with any private placement of the Bonds; and 



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(b) to execute and deliver any purchase agreement for the Bonds by and be- 
tween the City and the underwriters or other purchasers of the Bonds consistent 
with, and subject to, the provisions of this Ordinance and the EnabHng Law and 
to accompHsh any and all actions necessary or deemed appropriate by the City of- 
ficials to issue and deliver the Bonds to such underwriters or purchasers in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of this Ordinance and any such purchase agree- 
ment. 

Sec. 13. .4/^^ be it further ordained, Tliat the Bonds and the interest thereon 
shall not be general obligations of the City or constitute a pledge of or involve the 
faith and credit or the taxing power of the City, and shall not constitute a debt of 
the City, all within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Maryland Con- 
stitution or any other constitutional or charter provision or statutory limitation, 
limiting or restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes, or other obligations of 
the City. The Bonds and the interest thereon shall not constitute or give rise to 
any pecuniary liability of the City. The Bonds, and the interest thereon, shall be 
limited obligations of the City, the principal of and interest on which Bonds shall 
be payable by the City solely from and to the extent of sources prescribed by the 
Board of Finance in the Resolution which may include loan repayments made by 
the Borrower on account of a loan of the Bond proceeds by the City Lo such party, 
moneys derived from any collateral pledged under any document executed and 
delivered in connection with the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, moneys 
held from time to time by the Trustee (if one is appointed), including unexpended 
Bond proceeds and investment earnings thereon, and from any other moneys 
made available to the City for such purpose. The proceeds of the Bonds and the 
payments to be made by the Borrower will be paid directly to the Trustee or the 
Project Fund Tmstee to be held and disbursed by the Tioistee as provided in the 
Indenture or by the Project Fund Trustee as provided in the Assignment to be 
approved by the Board of Finance in the Resolution. No such moneys will be com- 
mingled with the City's Funds or will be subject to the absolute control of the 
Cit}', but will be subject only to such limited supenision and checks as are deemed 
necessar>' or desirable by the City to insure that the proceeds of the Bonds are used 
to accomplish the public pui-poses of the Enabling Law and this Ordinance. 

Stc. 14. .4/((/ be it further ordained, That the Borrower shall agree that: 

(a) It will submit any plans and specifications for the construction, reconstruc- 
tion, rehabilitation and equipping oi the Project to the Neighl)orhood Pn)gTess 
AUministratioii/DHCD for approval, and that the Neighborhood Progress Ad- 
ministratioii'DHCD may refuse approval of any plans and specifications for 
aesthetic or functional reasons; and 

(b) It and its developers will work with the design advisory gi'oup appointed by 
the Neighborhood Progress Administration/DHCD in order to achieve higli cjuali- 
ty and design. 

Str. 15. .4/((/ be it farther ordained. That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held il- 
legal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances. 



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such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, or parts 
of this Ordinance or their application to other persons or circumstances and the 
remaining provisions shall be construed so as to give practical realization to the 
public purposes intended to be achieved hereunder and the protection against 
pecuniary liability to be afforded to the City. It is hereby declared to be the 
legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been passed if such illegal, in- 
valid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, section or part had not been 
included herein, and if the .person or circumstances to which this Ordinance or 
any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically exempted herefrom. 

Sec. 16. And be it further ordained, That if the Bonds are not issued and sold 
within six months from the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the 
Mayor of the City, the authorization provided in this Ordinance for the City to 
issue and sell the Bonds shall expire; provided, however, that the Board of 
Finance may, after a showing of good cause at a public hearing held before the 
Board of Finance, extend such authorization for one additional term not to ex- 
ceed six months. The Board of Finance, in its sole discretion, shall determine the 
sufficiency, or lack thereof, of the reasons presented for any requested extension 
of this Ordinance. If an extension is granted, notice of such extension and the 
reasons therefor must be sent to the City Council of the City. 

Sec. 17. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March I'l, lUh; 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFLK. Mayt 



No. 308 
(Ct)uncil N\). 5yl) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET- OPENING PORTIONS OF CAMDEN STREET 
WITHIN THE INNER HARBOR WEST URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT. 

FOR the purpose of condemning and opening portions of Camden Street from 
Sharp Street, Westerly to Paca Street and lying within the area of the Inner 
Harbor West Urban Renewal Project in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 305-B-6, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in 
the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Twenty-eighth (28th) 
day of November, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General F^rovisions 



92 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 308 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and open portions of Camden Street from Sharp Street, Westerly to 
Paca Street and lying within the area of the Inner Harbor West Urban Renewal 
Project the portions of the street hereby directed to be condemned for said open- 
ing being described as follows: 

Sheet 1 of 3 comprises a 2 foot wide portion of Camden Street, 66 feet wide, 
contiguous to the north side thereof, and extending from Howard Street, 95 feet 
wide, North 86°-56'-10" East 298.3 feet, more or less, to Sharp Street, varying in 
width, and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

Sheet 2 of 3 comprises a 5 foot wide portion of Camden Street, 66 feet wide, 
contiguous to the north side thereof and extending from Eutaw Street, as wid- 
ened on the west side thereof from its former width of 82.5 feet wide to a width 
of 84 feet, North 86°-56'-10" East 331.98 feet to Howard Street, 95 feet wide, 
and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

Sheet 3 of 3 comprises a portion of Camden Street, varying in width, con- 
tiguous to the north side thereof, and extending from Paca Street, 82.5 feet 
wide. Easterly 300.32 feet to Eutaw Street, as widened on the west side thereof 
from its former width of 82.5 feet wide to a width of 84 feet and designated as 
Parcel No. 1. 

The said portions of Camden Street as directed to be condemned being 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 305-B-6 which was filed in 
the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-eight (28th) day of 
November, in the year 1984, and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2.A)id be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works, with reference to the condemnation and opening of said portions 
of Camden Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or af- 
fected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with any and all ap- 
plicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and 
the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General 
Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
acfopted by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of 
Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be itfirther ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passag(/. 

.AlH.rovi'd March 13, liKSf) 

WILLLA.M I)().\ALI) S( llAKl- KK. Mni/nr. 



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No. 309 
(Council No. 592) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET- CLOSING PORTIONS OF CAMDEN STREET 
WITHIN THE INNER HARBOR WEST URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT. 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing portions of Camden Street from 
Sharp Street, Westerly to Paca Street and lying within the area of the Inner 
Harbor West Urban Renewal Project in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 305-B-6A, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Twenty-eighth (28th) 
day of November, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close portions of Camden Street from Sharp Street, Westerly to 
Paca Street and lying within the area of the Inner Harbor West Urban Renewal 
Project the portions of the street hereby directed to be condemned for said clos- 
ing being described as follows: 

Sheet 1 of 3 comprises a 2 foot wide portion of Camden Street, 66 feet wide, 
contiguous to the north side thereof, and extending from Howard Street, 95 feet 
wide, North 86°-56'-10" East 298.3 feet, more or less, to Sharp Street, varying in 
width, and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

Sheet 2 of 3 comprises a 5 foot wide portion of Camden Street, 66 feet wide, 
contiguous to the north side thereof and extending from Eutaw Street, as wid- 
ened on the west side thereof from its former width of 82.5 feet wide to a width 
of 84 feet, North 86°-56'-10" East 331.98 feet to Howard Street, 95 feet wide, 
and designated as Parcel No. 1. 

Sheet 3 of 3 comprises a portion of Camden Street, varying in width con- 
tiguous to the north side thereof, and extending from Paca Street, 82.5 feet 
wide, Easterly 300.32 feet to Eutaw Street, as widened on the west side thereof 
from its former width of 82.5 feet wide to a width of 84 feet and designated as 
Parcel No. 1. 

The said portions of Camden Street as directed to be condemned being 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 305-B-6A which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-eight (28th) day 
of November, in the year 1984, and is now on file in said Office. 



94 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 309 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or cor- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of ever>' kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or stmctures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or stmctures are proposed to be 
constiTJcted or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or stmctures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordauied, That aher said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface structures 
and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. A}id be it further ordained, That on and after the closing of said highway 
or highways, the said Mayor and Cit>' Council of Baltimore, acting thi-ough its duly 
authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to said property and to 
all subsurface stmctui-es and appui'tenances used by it therein, for the piu^joses of 
inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, relocation and/or replacement, of any 
or all of said stmctures and appurtenances, and this without pei-mission from or 
compensation to the OWNER OR ownei^s of said land. 

Sec. 6. A)id be it further ordained, That the proceedings vf said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and closing of said portions of 
Camden Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or af- 
fected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all ap- 
plicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and 
the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1. 1973 and 
any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General 
Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been 
adopted by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of 
Legislative Reference. 



ORDINANCES 95 

Sec. 7. And be it furOier ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March 13. liiSo 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLK. M 



(tyor. 



No. 310 
(Council No. 51)3) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-OPENING CERTAIN STREETS AND ALLEYS 

OR PORTIONS THEREOF LYING WITHIN THE INNER HARBOR 

PROJECT I URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT. 

FOR the purpose of condemning and opening (1) a portion of Calvert Street 
EXTENDING from Pratt Street, Northerly 290 feet, more or less, and (2) a 
6.33 foot wide portion of South Street extending from Pratt Street, North 
03°-38'-20" West 365 feet, more or less, in accordance with a plat thereof 
numbered 305-A-6, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division and filed in 
the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Twenty-first (21st) day 
of November, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Stniu.s 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and open certain streets and alleys or portions thereof lying within 
the Inner Harbor Project I Urban Renewal Project the streets and alleys or por- 
tions thereof hereby directed to be condemned for said opening being described 
as follows: 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the intersection of the 
east side of Calvert Street, 74 feet wide, as laid out on a subdivision plat of In- 
ner Harbor Project I and the north side of Pratt Street, varying in width, as 
laid out on said subdivision plat and I'unning thence binding on the north side 
of said Pratt Street, South 87°-22'-45" West 6.25 feet to intersect a line drawn 
parallel with and distant 6.25 feet westerly measured at right angles from the 
east side of said Calvert Street; thence binding reversely on said line so drawn, 
North 02°-37'-15" West 290 feet, more or less, to intersect the east side of 
Calvert Street, as laid out 60 feet wide; thence binding on the east side of last 
said Calvert Street, Southerly 271 feet, more or less, to intersect the line of 
the north side of Pratt Street, as condemned and closed in accordance with 



% ORDINANCES Orti. No. 310 

Ordinance No. 835 approved June 12, 1970, if projected westerly; thence bin- 
ding reversely on said line so projected, North 87°-22'-45" East 3 feet, more or 
less, to intersect the east side of Calvert Street, mentioned firstly herein, and 
thence binding on the east side of Calvert Street, mentioned firstly herein, 
South 02°-37'-15" East 19 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the intersection of the 
north side of Pratt Street, varying in width, as laid out on a subdivision plat of 
Inner Harbor Project I and the west side of South Street, 60 feet wide, and 
running thence binding on the west side of said South Street, North 
03°-38'-20" West 364.63 feet to intersect a line drawn parallel with and distant 
5.50 feet northerly measui-ed at right angles from the south side of Lombard 
Street, 90 feet wide, as laid out on said subdivision plat; thence binding on said 
line so drawn. North 87°-03'-55" East 6.33 feet to intersect a line drawn 
parallel with and distant 6.33 feet easterly measured at right angles from the 
first line of this description; thence binding reversely on last said line so 
drawn. South 03°-38'-20" East 364.67 feet to intersect the north side of said 
Pratt Street and thence binding on the north side of said Pratt Street, South 
87°-22'-45" West 6.33 feet to the place of beginning. 

the said portions of Calvert Street and South Street as directed to be condemned 
being delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 305-A-6 which was 
filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-first (21st) 
day of November in the year 1984, and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works, with reference to the condemnation and opening of said portions 
of Calvert Street and South Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties 
interested or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of 
Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 
1, 1973 and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the 
General Assembly of Mainland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have 
been adopted by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of 
Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it f aether ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.\jtpr(iVf(i Mairh \'A. llkS.') 

W ILLIA.M DO.XALI) SCHALFKIi. .1/./^..,-. 



ORDINANCES 97 

No. 311 
(Council No. 594) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITk' STREET- CLOSING CERTAIN STREETS AND ALLEYS 

OR PORTIONS THEREOF LYING WITHIN THE INNER HARBOR 

PROJECT I URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT. 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing (1) a 6.25 foot wide portion of 
Calvert Street extending from Pratt Street, North 02°-37'-15" West 363 feet, 
more or less, (2) a 6.33 foot \\ide portion of South Street extending from Pratt 
Street, North 03°-38'-20" West 365 feet, more or less, and (3) a 5.50 foot wide 
portion of Lombard Street extending from Calvert Street Easterly to South 
Street in accordance with a plat thereof numbered 305-A-6A, prepared by the 
Surveys and Records Division and filed in the Office of the Department of 
Public Works, on the Twenty-first (21st) day of November, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections-2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close certain streets and alleys or portions thereof lying within 
the Inner Harbor Project I Urban Renewal Project the streets and alleys or por- 
tions thereof hereby directed to be condemned for said closing being described as 
follows: 

Beginning for Parcel No. 1 at the point formed by the intersection of the 
north side of Pratt Street, varying in width, and the east side of Calvert 
Street, 74 feet wide, and mnning thence binding on the east side of said 
Calvert Street, North 02°-37'-15" West 362.85 feet to intersect a line drawn 
parallel with and distant 5.50 feet northerly measured at right angles from the 
south side of Lombard Street, 90 feet wide; thence binding on said line so 
drawn, South 87''-03'-55" West 6.25 feet to intersect a line drawn parallel with 
and distant 6.25 feet westerly measured at right angles from the first line of 
this description; thence binding reversely on said line so drawn, South 
02''-37'-15" East 362.82 feet to intersect the north side of said Pratt Street and 
thence binding on the north side of said Pratt Street, North 87°-22'-45" East 
6.25 feet to the place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 2 at the point formed by the intersection of the 
north side of Pratt Street, varying in width, and the west side of South Street, 
60 feet wide, and running thence binding on the west side of said South Street, 
North 03''-38'.20" West 364.63 feet to intersect a line drawn parallel with and 
distant 5.50 feet northerly measured at right angles from the south side of 



98 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 311 

Lombard Street, 90 feet wide; thence binding on said line so drawn, North 
87°-03°-55" East 6.33 feet to intersect a line drawn parallel with and distant 
6.33 feet easterly measured at right angles from the first line of this descrip- 
tion; thence binding reversely on said line so drawn. South 03°-38'-20" East 
364.67 feet to intersect the north side of said Pratt Street and thence binding 
on the north side of said Pratt Street, South 87°22'-45" West 6.33 feet to the 
place of beginning. 

Beginning for Parcel No. 3 at the point formed by the intersection of the 
south side of Lombard Street, 90 feet wide and the east side of Calvert Street, 
74 feet wide, and running thence binding on the east side of said Calvert 
Street, North 02°-37'-15" West 5.50 feet to intersect a line drawn parallel with 
and distant 5.50 feet northerly measured at right angles from the south side of 
said Lombard Street; thence binding on said line so drawn. North 87°03'-55'' 
East 314.32 feet to intersect the west side of South Street, 60 feet wide; 
thence binding on the west side of said South Street, South 03°-38'-20" East 
5.50 feet to intersect the south side of said Lombard Street and thence binding 
on the south side of said Lombard Street, South 87°03'-55" West 314.42 feet to 
the place of beginning. 

the said portions of Calvert Street, South Street and Lombard Street as directed 
to be condemned being delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 
305-A-6A which was filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the 
Twenty-first (21st) day of November in the year 1984, and is now on file in said 
Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or cor- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration or interference. 

'Sec. 3. A)id be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 



ORDINANCES 99 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the closing of said 
highways or highways, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, reloca- 
tion and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 
this without permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of said 
land. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and closing of said portions of 
Calvert Street, South Street and Lombard Street and the proceedings and rights 
of all parties interested or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in ac- 
cordance with, any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public 
Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as 
amended to JuJy 1, 1973 and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all 
other Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in 
effect which have been adopted by the Director of Public Works and filed with 
the Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March 13. liKSo 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLK. Ma 



i/or. 



No. 312 
(Council No. 595) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY PROPERTY -SALE 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore to sell 
either at public or private sale all the interest of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore in and to that certain parcel of land and improvements no longer 
needed for public purposes, known as 4008 Wliite Avenue, Baltimore City, 
Maryland. 



100 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 313 

BY authority of 

Article V- Comptroller 

Section 5(b) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Comptroller of Baltimore City be and he is hereby authorized to sell at either 
public or private sale in accordance vvith Article V, Section 5(b) of the City 
Charter, all of the interest of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore in and to 
that parcel of land situate in Baltimore City, Maryland, and known as 

4008 White Avenue 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That no deed or deeds shall pass in accordance 
herewith, until the same shall have been first approved by the City Solicitor. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance will take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



A[)pn)ve(l March 13, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. .U 



(;//(»/• 



X.). 313 
(Council No. (i34) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REVENUE BONDS-(CLASSIC BUILDING CO. PROJECT) 

FOR the purpose of supplementing and amending Ordinance No. 200 of Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, approved by the Mayor on October 15, 1984, in- 
creasing the amount of revenue bonds authorized pursuant to Ordinance No. 
200 to an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $3,500,000, changing the 
borrower of the proceeds of the revenue bonds to Classic Apts. Limited Part- 
nership, a limited partnership to be formed and organized under the laws of 
Maryland which will have the same general partners as Classic Building Co., 
pursuant to a letter from Classic Building Co. to the City dated January 10, 
'1985, describing the facilit>' as comprised generally of the acquisition of two 
tracts of land located at 401 and 400-408 West Redwood Street in Baltimore, 
Maryland consisiting of approximately eight thousand seven hundred (8,700) 
square feet of land with an existing seven (7) story masonry loft building con- 
tiiining approximately sixty-two thousand (62,000) square feet thereon and ap- 
proximately ten thousand (10,000) square feet of land with an open air parking 
lot thereon, respectively, the renovation, reconstruction and conversion of 
such building, the acquisition and installation in such building of such fur- 
niture, fixtures, machinery and equipment, and any or all other improvements 
therein, as may be necessaiy or useful in connection with the operation by 
Classic Apts. Limited Partnership of the facility for use primarily as a residen- 



ORDINANCES 101 

tial rental project of which at least twenty p e rc e nt (20%) FIFTEEN PER- 
CENT (15%) of the units are to be occupied by persons having a low or 
moderate income for the purposes of Section 103(bX4XA) of the Internal 
Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, with incidental and complimentary com- 
mercial and retail space, and the acquisition of such other interests in land as 
may be necessary or suitable for the foregoing, including roads and rights of 
access, utilities and other necessary site preparation facilities, and authorizing 
the Mayor of the City, on behalf of the City, to accept the letter of intent dated 
November ^fi. 1984, all further to accomplish the legislative policy con- 
templated by the Enabling Law which includes the relief of conditions of 
unemployment in Baltimore City and the State of Maryland, encouraging the 
increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore City and the State 
of Maryland, promoting economic development in Baltimore City and the 
State of Maryland, and promoting the health, welfare and safety of the 
residents of Baltimore City and the State of Maryland. 

By repealing and re-enacting, with amendments, the Purpose Clause of 
Ordinance No. 200 of Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, approved by the 
Mayor on October 15, 1984. 

By repealing and re-enacting, with amendments, the Recitals of Ordinance No. 
200 of Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, approved by the Mayor on October 
15, 1984. 

By repealing and re-enacting, with amendments, Section 2 of Ordinance No. 
200 of Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, approved by the Mayor on October 
15. 1984. 

RECITALS 

Whereas, Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (the "City"), by Ordinance No. 
200 of the City, approved by the Mayor on October 15, 1984 (the "Ordinance"), 
authorized and empowered the City to issue and sell, at any time or from time to 
time and in one or more series, and as limited obligations of the City and not upon 
its full faith and credit, its revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount not 
exceeding $3,000,000 pursuant to the provisions of Article II, subsection (50) of 
the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), as amended, for the purpose of 
financing the costs of the Classic Building Co. Project consisting of (i) the acquisi- 
tion of two tracts of land located at 401 and 400-408 W. Redwood St., in the City 
of Baltimore, Maiyland, consisting of a seven-story masonry loft building con- 
taining approximately nineteen thousand (19,000) square foot and open parking 
lot, respectively, (ii) the renovation of such building for use as office and commer- 
cial type facilities and other uses related thereto; (iii) the acquisition, construc- 
tion and installation in such building of such machinei-y and equipment, and such 
other improvements, as may be necessary or useful in connection with the opera- 
tion thereof, and (iv) the acquisition of such other interests in land (including by 
way of example rather than of limitation, roads, rights of access, utilities and 
other appropriate site preparation facilities) as may be necessary or suitable for 
the foregoing purposes; and 

Whereas, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. the amount of 
Bonds authorized is increased to an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 
$3,500,000, in the Pui-pose Clause of the Ordinance; and 



102 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 313 

Whereas, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. that a correction 
is required, to describe the facility as comprised generally of the acquisition of 
two tracts of land located at 401 and 400-408 West Redwood Street in Baltimore, 
Maryland consisting of approximately eight thousand seven hundred (8,700) 
square feet of land with an existing seven (7) story masonry loft building contain- 
ing approximately sixty-two thousand (62,000) square feet thereon and approx- 
imately ten thousand (10,000) square feet of land with an open air parking lot 
thereon, respectively, renovation, reconstruction and conversion of such 
building, the acquisition and installation in such building of such furniture, fix- 
tures, machinery and equipment, and any or all other improvements therein, as 
may be necessary or useful in connection with the operation by Classic Apts. 
Limited Partnership of the facility for use primarily as a residential rental proj- 
ect of which at least tw e nty p e rc e nt (20 % ) FIFTEEN PERCENT (15%) of the 
units are to be occupied by persons having a low or moderate income for the pur- 
poses of Section 103(bX4)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, 
with incidental and complirhentary commercial and retail space, and the acquisi- 
tion of such other interests in land as may be necessary or suitable for the forego- 
ing, including roads and rights of access, utilities and other necessary site 
preparation facilities, in the Purpose Clause of the Ordinance; and 

Wheke.^s, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. that a technical 
correction is required, to authorize the Mayor of the City, on behalf of the City, 
to accept the letter of intent dated November 26, 1984 (hereinafter referred to as 
the "Letter of Intent"), in paragraph 2 of the Recitals of the Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. that a correction 
is required, to change the Borrower to Classic Apts. Limited Partnership, a 
limited partnership to be formed and organized under the laws of Maryland 
which will have the same general partners as Classic Building Co., pursuant to a 
letter from Classic Building Co. to the City dated January' 10, 1985, in paragraph 
2 of the Recitals of the Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. that a correction 
is required, to increase the amount of the Bonds authorized pursuant to Or- 
dinance No. 200 to an aggi-egate principal amount not to exceed $3,500,000, in 
paragraph 2 of the Recitals of the Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. that a technical 
correction is required, to describe the Project as comprised generally of the ac- 
quisition of two tracts of land located at 401 and 400-408 West Redwood Street 
in'Baltimore, Maryland consisting of approximately eight thousand seven hun- 
dred (8,700) square feet of land with an existing seven (7) story masonry loft 
building containing approximately sixty-two thousand (62,000) square feet 
thereon and approximately ten thousand (10,000) square feet of land with an 
open air parking lot thereon, respectively, the renovation, reconsti-uction and 
conversion of such building, the acquisition and installation in such building of 
such furniture, fixtures, machinery and equipment, and any or all other im- 
provements therein as may be necessary or useful in connection with the opera- 
tion by Classic Apts. Limited Partnership of the project for use primarily as a 
residential rental project of which at least tw e nty p e rc e nt (20 ' r u ) FIFTEEN 
PERCENT (15%) of the units are to be occupied by persons having a low or 



ORDINANCES 103 

moderate income for the purpose of Section 103(bX4XA) of the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954, as amended, with incidental and complimentary commercial and 
retail space, and the acquisition of such other interests in land as may be 
necessary or suitable for the foregoing, including roads and rights of access, 
utilities and other necessary site preparation facilities, in paragraph 3 of the 
Recitals of the Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. that a correction 
is required, to change the use of the facility to primarily residential rental, in 
paragraph 3 of the Recitals of the Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the City has been advised by Classic Building Co. that the amount of 
Bonds authorized is increased to an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 
$3,500,000, in Section 2 of the Ordinance; 

Whereas, the City has determined, based on the findings and determinations 
set forth below, that the issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to 
the provisions of Article II, subsection (50) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision), as amended (hereinafter referred to as the "Enabling Law"), and 
the completion of the Project and the financing thereof as provided in the Or- 
dinance, will promote the declared legislative purposes of the Enabling Law and 
are in the best interests of the citizens of Baltimore City, Maryland, and that in 
order to accomplish the public purposes of the Enabling Law and the Ordinance, 
it is in the best interests of the citizens of Baltimore, Maryland to make correc- 
tions in the Purposes Clause, in the second and third paragraphs of the Recitals 
Clause, and in Section 2 of Ordinance No. 200, changing the borrower of the pro- 
ceeds of the revenue bonds to Classic Apts. Limited Partnership, a limited part- 
nership to be formed and organized under the laws of Maryland which will have 
the same general partners as Classic Building Co., pursuant to a letter from 
Classic Building Co. to the City dated January 10, 1985, authorizing the Mayor of 
the City, on behalf of the City, to accept the letter of intent dated November 26, 
1984 pursuant to which the Borrower has requested the City to participate in 
financing the costs of the Project, increasing the amount of Bonds authorized to 
an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $3,500,000, designating the use 
primarily as a residential rental project of which at least tw e nty p e rcent (20%) 
FIFTEEN PERCENT (15%) of the units are to be occupied by persons having a 
low or moderate income for the purposes of Section 103(bX4XA) of the Internal 
Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, with incidental and complimentary commer- 
cial and retail space, and describing the Project as comprised generally of the ac- 
quisition of two tracts of land located at 401 and 400-408 West Redwood Street 
in Baltimore, Maiyland consisting of approximately eight thousand seven hun- 
dred (8,700) square feet of land with an existing seven (7) story masonry loft 
building containing approximately sixty-two thousand (62,000) square feet 
thereon and approximately ten thousand (10,000) square feet of land with an 
open air parking lot thereon, respectively, the renovation, reconstruction and 
conversion of such building, the acquisition and installation in such building of 
such furniture, fixtures, machinery and equipment, and any or all other im- 
provements therein, as may be necessary or useful in connection with the opera- 
tion by Classic Apts. Limited Partnership of the Project for use primarily as a 
residential rental project of which at least tw e nty p e rc e nt (20%) FIFTEEN 
PERCENT (15%) of the units are to be occupied by persons having a low or 



104 ORDINANCES Onl. No. 313 

moderate income for the pui-pose of Section 103(bX4XA) of the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954, as amended, with incidental and complimentary commercial and 
retail space, and the acquisition of such other interests in land as may be 
necessary or suitable for the foregoing, including roads and rights of access, 
utilities and other necessary site preparation facilities. 

NOW, THEREFORE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That it 
is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Ordinance as 
amended by this ordinance for the sole and exclusive purposes of financing the 
costs of completion of the Project will facilitate and expedite the completion of 
the Project by the Borrower. 

(2) The completion of 'the Project by Classic Apts. Limited Partnership pur- 
suant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance, as amended by 
this ordinance, will serve further to accomplish the legislative policy con- 
templated by the Enabling Law by (a) sustaining jobs and employment in 
Baltimore City and the State of Maryland, (b) promoting economic development 
in Baltimore City and the State of Maryland, and (c) encouraging the increase of 
industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore City and the State of Maryland. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Purpose Clause of the Ordinance is 
hereby repealed, amended, and re-enacted as follows: 

For the purpose of (a) authorizing and empowering the Mayor and the City 
Council of Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one 
or more series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and 
credit, its revenue bonds in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding 
[$3,000,000] $3,500,000 pursuant to the provisions of Article II, subsection (50) of 
the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), as amended, for the purpose of 
financing the costs of the [Classic Building Co.) Classic Apts. Limited Partner- 
ship Project consisting of [(i) the acquisition of two tracts of land located at 401 
and 400-408 W. Redwood St., in the City of Baltimore, Marj'land, consisting of a 
seven-story masonry loft building containing approximately nineteen thousand 
(19,000) square foot and open parking lot, respectively, (ii) the renovation of such 
building for use as office and commercial type facilities and other uses related 
thereto; (iii) the acquisition, construction and installation in such building of such 
machinery and equipment, and such other improvements, as may be necessary or 
useful in connection with the operation thereof, and (iv) the acquisition of such 
other interests in land (including, by way of example rather than of limitation, 
roads, rights of access, utilities and other appropriate site preparation facilities) 
as may be necessary or suitable for the foregoing purposes;] (i) the acquisition of 
two tracts of land located at ItOl and J^OO-J^OS West Redwood Street in Baltimore, 
Mainland consisting of approximately eight thousand seven hundred (8,700) 
square feet of land with an existing seven (7) story masonry loft building contain- 
ing approximately sixty-two thousand (62,000) square feet thereon and approx- 
imately ten thousand (10,000) square feet of land with an open parking lot 
thereon, respectively, (ii) the renovation, reconstruction and conversion of such 



ORDINANCES 105 

building, (Hi) the acquisition and installation in such building of su^h furniture, 
fixtures, machinei^ and equipment, and any or all other improvements therein, 
as may be necessary or useful in connection with the operation by Classic Apts. 
Limited Partnership of the facility for use primarily as a residential rental proj- 
ect of which at least twenty peix e nt (20%) FIFTEEN PERCENT (15%) of the 
units are to be occupied by persons having a low or moderate income for the pur- 
poses of Section 103(b)(Jt)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code of 195^, as amended, 
with incidental and complimentary commercial and retail space, and (iv) the ac- 
quisition of such other interests in land as may be necessary or suitable for the 
foregoing, including roads and rights of access, utilities and other necessary site 
preparation facilities; (b) making certain legislative findings; (c) authorizing and 
empowering the City's Board of Finance by one or more resolutions to effectuate 
the issuance; sale and delivery of any series of such bonds[,],- (d) authorizing the 
Board to adopt one or more supplemental resolutions for certain purposes; (e) 
authorizing the issuance of notes in anticipation of the issuance of such bonds. 

Sec. S.Atid be it further ordained, That the Recitals Clause of the Ordinance is 
hereby repealed, amended, and re-enacted as follows: 

Article II, subsection (50) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), as 
amended (hereinafter referred to as the "Enabling Law"), empowers the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore (herein referred to as the "City") to borrow money 
to finance undertakings for the accomplishment of any of the purposes, objects 
and powers of the City and in connection therewith to issue bonds, notes or other 
obligations (including refunding bonds, notes or other obligations), all of which 
shall be fully negotiable and payable, as to both principal and interest, solely 
from and secured by a pledge of any one or more of (a) the revenues from or aris- 
ing in connection with the property, facilities, developments and improvements 
whose financing is undertaken by the issuance of such bonds, notes or other 
obligations, (b) the revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, 
mortgages or other securities, purchased or otherwise acquired with the pro- 
ceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, or (c) the contracts, mortgages or 
other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of such 
bonds, notes or other obligations. The purposes, objects and powers of the City 
contemplated by the Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of unemploy- 
ment in the Cit>' of Baltimore, Maryland, encouraging the increase of industry 
and a balanced economy therein, promoting economic development therein, and 
promoting the health, welfare and safety of the residents thereof. 

The City has received a letter of intent dated (August 7, 1984] November 26, 
19S-!f, (hereinafter referred to as the "Letter of Intent") from Classic Building 
Co., a general partnership created under the laws of the State of Maryland 
((hereinafter referred to as the "Borrower")], pursuant to which (the Borrower] it 
has requested the City to participate in financing the costs of a certain project in 
the City of Baltimore, Maryland (hereinafter referred to as the "Project"), by is- 
suing and selling the City's revenues bonds in an aggreg-ate principal sum not ex- 
ceeding [$3,000,000] $3,500,000 (hereinafter referred to as "the Bonds"), and by 
making the proceeds of the Bonds available to (the Borrower] Classic Apts. 
Limited Partnership (hereinajter referred to as the "Borrower"), a limited part- 
nership to be created under the laws of the State of Maryland which will have the 



106 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 313 

same general partners as Classic Buildiny Co., pursuant to a letter from Classic 
Building Co. to the City dated January 10, 198U, to be used by [it] the Borrower 
for the purpose of financing the costs of the acquisition of the Project. 

The Project will be comprised generally of [(a) the acquisition of two tracts of 
land located at 401 and 400-408 W. Redwood St., in the City of Baltimore, 
Maryland, consisting of a seven-story masonry loft building containing approx- 
imately nineteen thousand (19,000) square foot and open parking lot, respective- 
ly, (b) the renovation of such building for use as office and commercial type 
facilities and other uses related thereto; (c) the acquisition, construction and in- 
stallation in such building of such machinery and equipment, and such other im- 
provements, as may be necessary or useful in connection with the operation 
thereof, and (d) the acquisition of such other interests in land (including, by way 
of example rather than of limitation, roads, rights of access, utilities and other 
appropriate site preparation facilities) as may be necessary or suitable for the 
foregoing purposes] (a) the acquisition of two tracts of land located at 401 and 
400-40S West Redwood Street in Baltimore, Maryland consisting of approximate- 
ly eight thousand seven hundred (8,700) square feet of land with an existing seven 
(?) story masoni'y loft building containing approximately sixty-two thousand 
(62,000) square feet thereon and approximately ten thousand (10,000) square feet 
of land with an open air parking lot thereon, respectively, (b) the renovation, 
reconstniction and conversion of such building, (c) the acquisition ayid installa- 
tion in such building of such furniture, fixtures, machinery and equipment, and 
any or all other improvements therein, as may be necessary or useful in connec- 
tion with the operation by Classic Apts. Limited Partnership of the Project for 
use primarily as a residential rental project of which at least twtnty ptrv e nt 
(Timrf FIFTEEN PERCENT (15%) of the units are to be occupied by persons hav- 
ing a low or moderate income for the purposes of Section 103(b)(4)(A) of the Inter- 
nal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, with incidental and complimentary com- 
mercial and retail space, and (d) the acquisition of such other interests in land as 
may be necessary or suitable for the foregoing, including I'oads and rights of ac- 
cess, utilities and other necessat^y site preparation facilties. The Project will be 
owned by the Borrower and leased to one or more tenants for the use described 
in [(b)] (c) above. The identities of the tenants have not yet been determined. 

The Enabling Law provides that the City may authorize and empower the 
City's Board of Finance (herein referred to as "the Board") by resolution to deter- 
mine and set forth the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and 
selling the Bonds (including one or more negotiated or competitive bid sales), the 
time or times of their issuance, and any and all pther details of the Bonds and the 
issuance and sale thereof, and to do any and all things necessary, proper or expe- 
dient in connection with the issuance and sale of the Bonds. 

Skc\ 4. And be it further ordained, That Section 2 of the Ordinance is hereby 
repealed, amended, and re-enacted and a new Section 2 is hereby added as 
follows: 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That the City is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, its 



ORDINANCES 107 

revenue bonds in an aggregate principal sum not exceeding [$3,000,000] 
$3,500,000, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The proceeds of the Bonds 
shall be made available to the Borrower under terms and conditions approved by 
the Board and set forth in a resolution, and shall be used by the Borrower for the 
purpose of financing the costs of the acquisition of the Project. 

Sec. 5. And be it ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from the date 
of its approval by the Mayor of the City. 



Approveil March 15. hJ85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFER, Mayor 



No. 314 
(Council No. 514) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
PARKING LOT- 3300-3302^ W. FOREST PARK AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of an open off-street parking area on the properties known as 
3300-3302 W. Forest Park Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompany- 
ing this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4.5-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of an open off-street parking area on the properties known as 3300-3302 
\V. Forest Park Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 4.5-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as.evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 



108 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 315 

Sec. S.And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day from the date of its enactment. 



Approved Marcli 14, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFKK, Maiiur. 



No. 315 
(Council No. 544) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
PARKING LOT- 1222 EITING STREET 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of an open off-street parking area on the property known as 1222 
Etting Street, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4.8-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of an open off-street parking area on the property known as 1222 Etting Street, 
as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance, under the provisions 
of Sections 4.8-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 
Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. .4/;^^ be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Approved Mari-h 14. 19<s5 

WILLIA.M 1H)NAL1) SCHALFKli. Mminr. 



ORDINANCES 109 

No. 316 
(Council No. 430) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

URBAN RENEWAL -PENN-NORTH TRANSIT STATION - 
AMENDMENT NO. 2 

FOR the purpose of amending the Urban Renewal Plan for Penn North Transit 
Station to: (1) EXPAND THE PROJECT BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE 
2303-2309 DRUID HILL AVENUE; (2) authorize the acquisition of ce rtain 
p r op e rti e s 2519-23 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore. (2) (3) RECOMMEND THE CLOSING OF THE 15 
FOOT ALLEY BETWEEN 2509-17 AND 2519-23 PENNSYLVANIA 
AVENUE; (4) PROVIDE THAT THE PROCEDURES FOR THE CLOSING 
OF SAID ALLEY WILL BE REGULATED BY APPLICABLE LAWS AND 
REGULATIONS; (5) CREATE TWO NEW DISPOSITION LOTS FOR COM- 
MUNITY BUSINESS AND PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY USE; (6) PROVIDE 
STANDARDS AND CONTROLS FOR THE DISPOSITION LOT FOR COM- 
MUNITY BUSINESS USE; (7) REVISE CERTAIN EXHIBITS AT- 
TACHED TO THE URBAN RENEWAL PLAN TO REFLECT THE 
CHANGES PROPOSED IN AMENDMENT NO. 2; (8) waive such re- 
quirements, if any, as to content or procedure for the preparation, adoption, 
and approval of renewal plans as set forth in Article 13 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) which the Renewal Plan for 
Penn-North Transit Station may not meet; (3) (9) provide for the separability 
of the various parts and applications of this ordinance, (4) (10) provide that 
where the provisions of this ordinance shall conflict with any other ordinance, 
code or regulation in force in the City of Baltimore, the provision which 
establishes the higher standard shall prevail; and (5) (11) provide for an effec- 
tive date thereof. 

Whereas, An Urban Renewal Plan for Penn-North Transit Station was first 
approved by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 817, 
dated July 10, 1978, and last amended by Ordinance No. 159 dated June 29, 
1984, and 

Whereas, Pursuant to Ai-ticle 13 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replace- 
ment Volume, as amended), no substantial chanere or changes shall be made in 
any renewal plan, atter ajjprovaj oy ordinance, without sucn change or cna».ges 
first being adopted and approved in the same manner as set forth in said Article 
13 for the p re paration of such chang e or chang e s by th e D e partm e nt of Housing 
APPROVAL OF A RENEWAL PLAN, NAMELY and Community Develop - 
ment, the approval of such chang e or chang e s by th e Dir ec tor of th e D e partm e nt 
of Planning, and approval and adoption by an ordinance of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore after a public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner 
set forth in said Article 13, and 

WiiEULAj, A list of chang e s to th e Urban R e n e wal Plan for P e nn - North Transit 
S tation id e ntifi e d as "Am e ndm e nt No. 2 to th e Urban R e n e wal Plan for P e nn - 
North Transit Station, dated S e pt e mb er 13, 1084" has b ee n pr e pared; and 



no ORDINANCES Orel. No. 316 

WHEREAS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 
25(H) OF SAID ARTICLE 13, WHEN A COUNCILMEMBER INITIATES AN 
AMENDMENT TO AN EXISTING RENEWAL PLAN, SUCH BILL SHALL 
BE SENT TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY 
DEVELOPMENT AND TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION FOR RECOM- 
MENDATION AND REPORT; AND 

WHEREAS, EXTENSIVE CHANGES IN THE URBAN RENEWAL PLAN 
MAKE IT INFEASIBLE TO MAKE LINE-BY-LINE CHANGES; THERE- 
FORE, AN AMENDED URBAN RENEWAL PLAN FOR PENN-NORTH 
TRANSIT STATION HAS BEEN PREPARED; NOW, THEREFORE 

Where.a j. S aid Am e ndm e nt No. 2 to th e R e n e wal Plan for P e nn - North Tranait 
S tation has b ee n approv e d by th e Dir e ctor of th e D e partm e nt of Planning with 
r e sp e ct to it3 conlormity aa to th e Master Plan, th e d e tail e d location of any pubHc 
improv e m e nts propos e d in th e am e nd e d R e n e wal Plan; its conformity to tli e 
rules and r e gulations for subdivisions ; and all zoning chang e s proposed in th e 
am e nd e d R e n e wal Plan ; and said Am e ndm e nt No. 2 to tii e R e n e wal Plan has 
b ee n app r ov e d and r e comm e nd e d to th e Mayor and City Council of Baltimor e by 
th e Commission e r of th e D e partm e nt of Housing and Community D e velopment; 
now, th e r e for e , 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
th e following amendm e nt and chang e s to th e R e n e wal Plan for P e nn - North Tran - 
sit Station, THE AMENDED URBAN RENEWAL PLAN FOR THE PENN- 
NORTH TRANSIT STATION, IDENTIFIED AS 'URBAN RENEWAL PLAN, 
PENN-NORTH TRANSIT STATION URBAN RENEWAL AREA ... RE- 
VISED TO INCLUDE AMENDMENT NO. 2, DATED SEPTEMBER 13, 1984 
AND FURTHER REVISED OCTOBER 22, 1984', having been duly reviewed 
and considered, are IS hereby approved, and the Clerk of the City Council is 
hereby directed to file a copy of said AMENDED Renewal Plan , r e vis e d to in - 
clud e Am e ndm e nt No. 2, dat e d S e pt e mb e r 13, 1084 with the Department of 
Legislative Reference as a permanent public record and make the same available 
for public inspection and information. 

1. In th e Tabl e of Cont e nts, pag e i., s e ction e ntitl e d "Exhibits", d e l e t e th e dat e 
from Exhibits 2 and 3, and ins e rt in li e u th e r e of "S e pt e mb e r 13, 1984". 

2. D e l e te Exhibits 2 and 3 and ins e rt in li e u th e r e of r e vis e d Exhibits 2 and 3. 

SEC. 2. .AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THE BOUNDARIES 
OF THE PENN-NORTH TRANSIT STATION URBAN RENEWAL AREA 
SHALL BE REVISED TO INCLUDE 2303-23U9 DRUID HILL AVENUE; 
THEREFORE, SECTION 3 OF ORDINANCE 159. DATED JUNE 29, 1984 IS 
HEREBY AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS; 

BEGINNING FOR THE SAME AT THE POINT FORMED BY THE IN- 
TERSECTION OF THE SOUTHWESTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF 
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, THE CENTER LINE OF NORTH AVENUE. 
THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION, .\ND BIND- 
ING ON THE SOUTHWESTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID PENN- 



ORDINANCES 111 

SYLVANIA AVENUE. CROSSING CUMBERLAND STREET, TO A 
POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHEASTERN BOUNDARY 
OF LOT 22/24, BLOCK 297; THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTHWEST- 
ERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE SOUTHEASTERN BOUNDARY 
OF LOT 22/24 THROUGH 28. TO A POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH 
THE SOUTHWESTERN BOUNDARY OF LOT 28, BLOCK 297; THENCE 
RUNNING IN A NORTHWESTERLY DIRECTION, ON THE SOUTH- 
WESTERN BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 28, TO A POINT OF INTERSEC- 
TION WITH THE NORTHWESTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF 
CUMBERLAND STREET; THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTHWESTERLY 
DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE NORTHWESTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY 
LINE OF CUMBERLAND STREET, CROSSING CAREY STREET. TO A 
POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHWESTERN BOUNDARY 
OF LOT 55, BLOCK 293; THENCE RUNNING IN A NORTHWESTERLY 
DIRECTION BINDING ON THE SOUTHWESTERN BOUNDARY OF 
SAID LOT 55 TO A POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTH- 
WESTERN BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 55; THENCE RUNNING IN A 
NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE NORTHWESTERN 
BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 55, TO A POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH 
AN EXTENDED STRAIGHT LINE OF THE NORTHEASTERN RIGHT- 
OF-WAY OF A 3'9" ALLEY; THENCE RUNNING IN A NORTH- 
WESTERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE NORTHEASTERN RIGHT- 
OF-WAY OF SAID 3'9" ALLEY. CROSSING ALLEGHENY PLACE, AND 
BINDING ON THE NORTHEASTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF THE 
FIRST 10' ALLEY; THENCE RUNNING NORTHWESTERLY, NORTH- 
EASTERLY, AND NORTHWESTERLY, BINDING ON THE NORTH- 
EASTERN BOUNDARY OF SAID 10' ALLEY TO A POINT OF INTER- 
SECTION WITH THE NORTHWESTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF 
WESTWOOD AVENUE; THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTHWESTERLY 
DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE NORTHWESTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY 
LINE OF WESTWOOD AVENUE. TO A POINT OF INTERSECTION 
WITH THE NORTHEASTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF NORTH 
WOODYEAR STREET; THENCE RUNNING IN A NORTHWESTERLY 
AND NORTHERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE NORTHEASTERN 
AND EASTERN RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF NORTH WOODYEAR 
STREET, CROSSING A 10' ALLEY TO A POINT OF INTERSECTION 
WITH THE CENTER LINE OF NORTH AVENUE; THENCE RUNNING 
IN A WESTERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE CENTER LINE OF 
NORTH AVENUE TO INTERSECT THE CENTER LINE OF N. FULTON 
AVENUE; THENCE RUNNING IN A NORTHERLY AND NORTHEAST- 
ERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE CENTER LINE OF N. FULTON 
AVENUE TO INTERSECT THE CENTER LINE OF DRUID HILL 
AVENUE; THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTHERLY DIRECTION, BIND- 
ING ON THE CENTER LINE OF DRUID HILL AVENUE TO INTERSECT 
THE CENTER LINE OF CLOVERDALE ROAD; THENCE RUNNING IN 
A NORTHEASTERLY DIRECTION ON THE CENTER LINE OF 
CLOVERDALE ROAD TO INTERSECT THE SOUTHWEST SIDE OF 
MADISON AVENUE; THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTHERLY DIREC- 
TION ON THE SOUTHWEST SIDE OF MADISON AVENUE TO IN- 
TERSECT THE NORTH SIDE OF HENDLER LANE; THENCE BINDING 



112 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 316 

ON THE NORTH SIDE OF HENDLER LANE SOUTHWESTERLY TO IN- 
TERSECT THE WEST SIDE OF TIFFANY ALLEY; THENCE RUNNING 
IN A SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION ON THE WEST SIDE OF TIF- 
FANY ALLEY TO INTERSECT THE DIVISION LINE BETWEEN LOTS 
41 AND 42, BLOCK 3422; THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTHWESTERLY 
DIRECTION, BINDING ON SAID DIVISION LINE TO INTERSECT THE 
EAST SIDE OF McCULLOH STREET; THENCE RUNNING IN A SOUTH- 
EASTERLY DIRECTION BINDING ON THE EAST SIDE OF McCULLOH 
STREET TO INTERSECT AN EXTENDED STRAIGHT LINE OF THE 
SOUTHERN RIGHT-OF-WAY OF A 10' ALLEY; THENCE RUNNING IN A 
WESTERLY DIRECTION BINDING ON SAID EXTENDED STRAIGHT 
LINE AND THE SOUTH SIDE OF SAID 10 FOOT ALLEY WESTERLY 
187 FEET, MORE OR LESS, AND CONTINUING IN A SOUTHWEST- 
ERL Y DIRECTION 9 FEET, MORE OR LESS, ON A LINE FORMING THE 
SOUTH SIDE OF A S ALLEY; THENCE CONTINUING IN A NORTH- 
ERLY DIRECTION 5 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO INTERSECT THE 
SOUTHERN PROPERTY LINE OF LOT 18, BLOCK 3J,15; THENCE BIND- 
ING ON SAID SOUTHERN PROPERTY LINE AND ITS EXTENSION IN A 
STRAIGHT LINE SOUTHWESTERLY TO INTERSECT THE WEST SIDE 
OF DRUID HILL A VENUE; THENCE BINDING ON THE WEST SIDE OF 
DRUID HILL AVENUE NORTHERLY AND NORTHWESTERLY 
[THENCE RUNNING IN A WESTERLY DIRECTION BINDING ON THE 
SOUTHWEST SIDE OF SAID 10' ALLEY TO INTERSECT AN EX- 
TENSION OF THE WEST SIDE OF THE SECOND WESTERNMOST 10' 
ALLEY; THENCE RUNNING NORTHERLY ON THE WEST SIDE OF 
SAID 10' ALLEY TO INTERSECT THE CENTER LINE OF CLENDENIN 
AVENUE; THENCE BINDING ON THE CENTER LINE OF CLENDENIN 
AVENUE IN A SOUTHWESTERLY DIRECTION, CROSSING DRUID 
HILL AVENUE,] TO INTERSECT THE SOUTH SIDE OF A 15' ALLEY; 
THENCE BINDING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF SAID 15' ALLEY IN A 
WESTERLY DIRECTION TO A POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH THE 
WESTERN BOUNDARY OF LOT 23, BLOCK 3414; THENCE RUNNING 
IN A SOUTHERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE WESTERN BOUND- 
ARY OF SAID LOT 23, TO A POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH THE 
CENTER LINE OF NORTH AVENUE; THENCE RUNNING IN A 
WESTERLY DIRECTION, BINDING ON THE CENTER LINE OF NORTH 
AVENUE, CROSSING DIVISION STREET AND WOODBROOK AVENUE 
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. 

Sec. 2 3. And he it further ordained, That it is necessary' to acquire, by pur- 
chase or by condemnation, for urban renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or 
any lesser interest in and to certain properties or portions thereof, together with 
all right, title, interest and estate that the owner or owners of said property in- 
terest may have in all streets, alleys, ways or lanes, public or private, both abut- 
ting the whole area described and/or contained within the perimeter of said area, 
situate in Baltimore City, Maryland and described as follows: 

2519-23 Pennsylvania Avenue 

Sec. 3 4. And he it further ordained. That the Real Estate Acquisition Division 
of the Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons and in such 



ORDINANCES 113 

manner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested in it by 
Article V, Section 5, of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter from time to 
time designate, is or are authorized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore and for the purposes described in this ordinance, the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to the properties or portions thereof 
hereinabove mentioned. If the said Real Estate Acquisition Division of the 
Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons, and in such manner 
as the Board of Estimates in the exercise of the power vested in it by Article V., 
Section 5 of the Baltimore City Charter may hereafter from time to time 
designate, is or are unable to agree with the owner or owners on the purchase 
price for said properties or portions thereof, it or they shall forthwith notify the 
City Solicitor of Baltimore City, who shall thereupon institute in the name of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore the necessary legal proceedings to acquire 
by condemnation the fee simple interest or any lesser interest in and to said prop- 
erties or portions thereof. 

S ec. 4. And b e itjurtker ordained, That the boundaries of an existing disposi - 
tion lot shall be modified, n e w dispoaition lota shall b e cr e at e d for community 
b usin e ss, public and/or right - of - way us e , and a p e d e strian e as e m e nt shall b e pro - 
vid e d, all aa shown in th e amend e d Urban Ren e wal Plan on Exhibit 3, Land 
Disposition Map, dated as r e vis e d May 1, 1084. 

SEC. 5. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT IT IS HEREBY 
RECOMMENDED THAT THE 15 FOOT ALLEY BETWEEN 2509-17 AND 
2519-23 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE BE CLOSED IN CONNECTION WITH 
THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF THESE TWO PROPERTIES. 

SEC. 6. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THE PROCEEDINGS 
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, WITH REFERENCE TO 
THE CLOSING OF SAID 15 FOOT ALLEY AND THE PROCEEDINGS AND 
RIGHTS OF ALL PARTIES INTERESTED OR AFFECTED THEREBY, 
SHALL BE REGULATED BY, AND BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH, ANY 
AND ALL APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 4 OF THE CODE OF 
PUBLIC LOCAL LAWS OF MARYLAND AND THE CHARTER OF 
BALTIMORE CITY (1964 REVISION) AS AMENDED TO JULY 1, 1973 AND 
ANY AND ALL AMENDMENTS THERETO, AND ANY AND ALL OR- 
DINANCES OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE, AND 
ANY AND ALL RULES OR REGULATIONS IN EFFECT WHICH HAVE 
BEEN ADOPl^ED BY THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS AND FILED 
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE. 

SEC. 7. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT DISPOSITION LOT 2A 
FOR COMMUNITY' BUSINESS USE SHALL BE CREATED FROM A POR- 
TION OF 2519-23 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND BY CLOSING THE 15 
FOOT ALLEY BETWEEN 2509-17 AND 2519-23 PENNSYLVANIA 
AVENUE AND DISPOSITION LOT A FOR PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY USE 
SHALL BE CREATED FROM THE REAR PORTION OF 2519-23 PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE -ALL AS SHOWN IN THE AMENDED URBAN 
RENEWAL PLAN ON EXHIBIT 3, LAND DISPOSITION MAP, DATED AS 
REVISED OCTOBER 22, 1984. 



114 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 31G^ 

SEC. 8. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT SAID DISPOSITION 
LOT 2A SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE STANDARDS AND CONTROLS 
CONTAINED IN SECTION B.2.(a) OF THE AMENDED RENEWAL PLAN. 

SEC 9. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT EXHIBITS 1 
THROUGH 4 TO THE URBAN RENEWAL PLAN SHALL BE DELETED 
AND THE FOLLOWING EXHIBITS, DATED AS REVISED OCTOBER 22. 
1984, ARE HEREBY APPROVED; EXHIBIT 1-LAND USE PLAN, EX- 
HIBIT 2 -PROPERTY ACQUISITION, EXHIBIT 3 -LAND DISPOSITION, 
AND EXHIBIT 4 -ZONING DISTRICTS AND SHALL BE INCORPORATED 
INTO SAID AMENDED URBAN RENEWAL PLAN." 

Sec. 6 10. And be it further ordained, That in whatever respect, if any, the said 
amended Renewal Plan approved hereby may not meet the requirements as to 
the content of a renewal plan or the procedures for the preparation, adoption, 
and approval of renewal plans, as provided in Article 13 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended), the said requirements are hereby 
waived and the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 6 11. And be it further ordained, That in the event it be judicially deter- 
mined that any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section o*- part in or of 
this ordinance, or the application thereof to any person or circumstances, is in- 
valid, the remaining provisions and the application of such provisions to other 
persons or circumstances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and Cit}' 
Council hereby declaring that they would have ordained the remaining provisions 
of this ordinance without the word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section 
or part, or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. ? VZ.A)id be itfirther ordained. That in any case where a provision of this 
ordinance concerns the same subject matter as an existing provision of any zon- 
ing, building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire and safety ordinance or code or 
regulation, the applicable provisions concerned shall he construed so as to give 
effect to each; provided, however, that if such provisions are found to be in ir- 
reconcilable conflict, the provision which establishes the higher standard for the 
promotion of the public health and safety shall prevail. In any case where a provi- 
sion of this ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing provision of any 
other ordinance or code or regulation in force in the City of Baltimore which 
establishes a lower standard for the promotion and protection of the public 
health and safety, the provisions of this ordinance shall prevail, and the other ex- 
isting provision of such other ordinance or code or regulation is hereby repealed 
to the extent that it may be found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 8 13. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on 
the date of its enactment. 

.Approved Maivh 20. lUSf) 

W ILLIAM DONALD SCIIAKFLK. M.n/nr. 



ORDINANCES 115 

No. 317 
(Council No. 481) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY PROPERTY -OPENING, WIDENING, GRADING, CONSTRUCTION 
AND MAINTENANCE OF STAFFORD STREET FROM 
; CATON AVENUE TO PARKSLEY AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the acquisition by purchase or condemnation by 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore of the fee simple interests or such 
other interests as the Director of The Department of Public Works nnay deem 
necessary or sufficient, in and to certain pieces or parcels of land situate in 
Baltimore City, for highway purposes, namely Cor the opening, widening, 
grading, construction and maintenance of Stafford Street, extending from 
Caton Avenue Easterly 1,680 feet, more or less, to Parksley Avenue and 
authorizing the acquisition by purchase or condemnation of any property, 
rights, interests, easements and/or franchises necessary in the opening, 
widening, grading, construction and maintenance of said Stafford Street; and 
authorizing the making of all necessary agreements concerning said Stafford 
Street; and authorizing the construction of said Stafford Street; the location 
and course being shown on a plat thereof numbered 344-A-lOA, prepared by 
the Surveys and Records Division and filed in the Office of the Director of The 
Department of Public Works on the Twenty-fourth (24th) day of September, 
1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Section -2 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That it 
is necessarj' to acquire by purchase or condemnation for public highway pur- 
poses, namely, for the opening, widening, grading, construction and mainte- 
nance of Stafford Street, extending from Caton Avenue Easterly 1,680 feet, 
more or less, to Parksley Avenue; the fee simple interests or such other interests 
as the Director of the Department of Public Works may deem necessary in and to 
the pieces or parcels of land, situate in Baltimore City, including the im- 
provements thereon, bounded as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the east 
side of Caton Avenue, as now laid out 50 feet wide, and the northeast side of 
Stafford Street, as realigned and widened from its former width of 33 feet to a 
varying width, and running thence binding on the northeast side of said Staf 
ford Street by a line curving to the left with a radius of 10.00 feet the distance 
of 9.22 feet which arc is subtended by a chord bearing South 52°-18'-04.7" East 
8.89 feet to intersect the north side of Stafford Street, as realigned and wid- 
ened from its former width of 33 feet to a varying width; thence binding in 



116 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 317 

part on the north side of last said Stafford Street, in part on the north side of 
Stafford Street, as reahgned and widened from its former width of 33 feet to a 
width of 36 feet, and in all, South 78°-42'-01" East 180.29 feet to the western- 
most face of the westernmost wail of the five story brick building situate on 
the property now or formerly owned by the Pittsburg Plate Glass Company 
known as No. 3221 Frederick Avenue; thence binding along the westernmost 
face of said wall and on the east side of Stafford Street, as realigned and 
widened. South 00°-25'-44" East 0.64 foot to intersect the north side of Staf- 
ford Street, as now laid out 33 feet wide; thence binding on the north side of 
last said Stafford Street, South 78°-48'-30" East 732.88 feet to intersect the 
west side of Wellesley Street, as now laid out 31.97 feet wide; thence by a 
straight line. South 75°-06'-34" East 33.19 feet to the point formed by the in- 
tersection of the north side of said Stafford Street, 33 feet wide, and the east 
side of said Wellesley Street; thence binding on the east side of said Wellesley 
Street, North 00°-39'-30" West 2.47 feet to intersect the north side of Stafford 
Street, as realigned and widened from its former width of 33 feet to a width of 
38 feet; thence binding on the north side of last said Stafford Street, South 
77°-4r-52" East 462.38 feet to intersect the west side of Longwood Street, as 
now laid out 64 feet wide; thence binding on the west side of said Longwood 
Street, South 00°-4r-40" East 3.49 feet to intersect the north side of said Staf- 
ford Street, 33 feet wide; thence by a straight line North 76°-00'-50" East 
65.76 feet to the point formed by the intersection of the east side of said 
Longwood Street and the north side of Stafford Street, as now laid out vary- 
ing in width; thence binding in part on the north side of last said Stafford 
Street, in part on the north side of Stafford Street as realigned and widened to 
a varying width, and in all. South 78°-33'-53" East 200.78 feet to intersect the 
west side of Parksley Avenue, as now laid out 40 feet wide; thence binding on 
the west side of said Parksley Avenue, South 01''-24'-15" West 5.96 feet to in- 
tersect the north side of Stafford Street, as now laid out varying in width; 
thence by a straight line. South 04°-19'-48" West 39.59 feet to the point 
formed by the intersection of the west side of Parksley Avenue, as now laid 
out 50 feet wide, and the south side of last said Stafford Street, as now laid out 
varying in width; thence binding on the south side of last said Stafford Street, 
North 78°-40'-16" West 196.63 feet to intersect the east side of Longwood 
Street, as now laid out 50 feet wide; thence by a straight line. South 
82°-47'-03" West 50.31 feet to the point formed by the intersection of the south 
side of Stafford Street, as now laid out 33 feet wide, and the west side of last 
said Longwood Street; thence binding on the west side of last said Longwood 
Street, South 00°-46'-40" East 2.47 feet to intersect the southwest side of Staf- 
ford Street, as realigned and widened to a varying width; thence binding on 
the southwest side of last said Stafford Street, by a line curving to the left 
with a radius of 10.00 feet the distance of 4.17 feet which arc is subtended by a 
chord bearing North 65°-45'-29.8" West 4.14 feet to intersect the south side of 
said Stafford Street, as realigned and widened to a width of 38 feet; thence 
binding on the south side of last said Stafford Street, North 77°-4r-52" West 
418.42 feet to the east side of the front porch of the two story frame house 
situate on the property now or formerly owned by Mace M. Cohen known as 
No. 3059 Stafford Street; thence binding on the east and north sides of said 
porch and on the west and south sides of Stafford Street, as realigned and 
widened from its former width of 33 feet to a varying width, the two following 



ORDINANCES 117 

courses and distances; namely, North 00**-53'-34" West 0.38 foot and South 
89°-06'-26" West 1.60 feet to intersect the south side of said Stafford Street, 
as reaUgned and widened to a width of 38 feet; thence binding on the south 
side of last said Stafford Street, North 77°-41'-52" West 47.86 feet to the south 
side of Stafford Street, as realigned and widened from its former width of 33 
feet to a varying width; thence binding on the south side of last said Stafford 
Street, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 5.00 feet the distance of 
4.60 feet which arc is subtended by a chord bearing South 75°-57'-54.1" West 
4.44 feet to intersect the east side of Wellesley Street, as now laid out 33 feet 
wide; thence by a straight line North 78''-58'-54" West 33.70 feet to the point 
formed by the intersection of the west side of last said Wellesley Street and 
the south side of Stafford Street as realigned and widened from its former 
width of 33 feet to a varying width; thence binding on the south and southwest 
sides of last said Stafford Street the two following courses and distances; 
namely, South 89°-09'-09" West 3.50 feet and by a line curving to the left with 
a radius of 5.00 feet the distance of 6.79 feet which arc is subtended by a chord 
bearing North 39°-46'-26" West 6.28 feet to intersect the south side of said 
Stafford Street, as realigned and widened from its former width of 33 feet to a 
varying width; thence binding in part on the south side of last said Stafford 
Street, in part on the south side of said Stafford Street, as realigned and 
widened to a width of 36 feet, and in all, North 78°-42'-0r' West 810.19 feet to 
the west side of a 10 foot alley, laid out 100 feet easterly from said Caton 
Avenue; thence binding on the west side of said 10 feet alley, South 00°-59'-40" 
East 3.72 feet to the beginning of the last line of the parcel of land conveyed 
by Arthur Leo Bedsaul and Wife to Henry H. Housman III by deed dated 
March 9, 1981 and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore City in 
Liber S.E.B. No. 8, Folio 16; thence binding on part of the last line of said deed 
and on the south side of Stafford Street, as realigned and widened from its 
former width of 33 feet to a varying width. North 78°-48'-30" West 100.21 feet 
to the southeast side of Stafford Street, as realigned and widened from its 
former width of 33 feet to a varying width; thence binding on the southeast 
side of last said Stafford Street, by a line curving to the left with a radius of 
10.00 feet the distance of 3.10 feet which arc is subtended by a chord bearing 
South 40'*-33'-22.6" West 3.09 feet to intersect the east side of said Caton 
Avenue and thence binding on the east side of said Caton Avenue, North 
00'*-59'-40" West 47.56 feet to the place of beginning. 

Including all property, rights, interests, easements and/or franchises 
necessary for the opening, widening, grading, construction and maintenance of 
said Stafford Street, the location and course of said Stafford Street being shown 
on a plat thereof numbered 344-A-lOA, prepared by the Surveys and Records 
Division and filed in the Office of the Director of The Department of Public 
Works on the Twenty-fourth (24th) day of September, 1984. 

Any mention or reference to any streets, roads, avenues, highways or alleys in 
this Ordinance or on the plat referred to herein are for the purpose of description 
only, and shall not be held or taken to be any evidence whatever that said streets, 
roads, avenues, highways, alleys or any of them, are public, dedicated or private 
thoroughfares. 



118 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 317 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Director of The Department of 
Public Works or the person or persons the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City 
may hereafter from time to time designate, is or are hereby authorized to acquire 
on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and for the purposes 
described in this Ordinance, the fee simple interests or such other interests as the 
said Director may deem necessary or sufficient, in and to said pieces or parcels of 
land and improvements thereupon, including all property, rights, interests, 
easements and/or franchises necessary for the opening, widening, grading, con- 
struction and maintenance of said Stafford .Street. If the said Director of The 
Department of Public Works, or person or persons the Board of Estimates of 
Baltimore City may designate are unable to agree with the owner or owners on 
the purchase price of any of the said pieces or parcels of land and improvements 
thereupon or for any of the said properties, rights, interests, easements and/or 
franchises, they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Baltimore City who 
shall thereupon institute in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee simple in- 
terests or such other rights, interests, easements and/or franchises as the said 
Director may deem necessary or sufficient for the purposes of the Stafford 
Street Project. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings for the acquisition by 
condemnation of the property and rights herein described and the rights of all 
parties interested or affected thereby shall be regulated by and be in accordance 
with the provisions of The Real Property Article of the Annotated Code of 
Maryland (1974), Title 12, Section 101 Et. Seq. and any and all amendments 
thereto. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the said Director of The Department 
of Public Works or person or persons the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City 
may designate are also hereby authorized to negotiate for and to enter into in the 
name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, any and all necessary 
agreements with the Federal and State Governments, or any of their agencies, 
and any other persons, firms or corporations, in aid of, in furtherance of, or in 
connection with said Stafford Street Project; all such acquisitions and 
agreements to be subject to the approval of the Board of Estimates. 

St:c. 5. .4//(/ be it further ordained. That after the necessary agreements have 
been made and the necessary properties, lands, rights, easements and/or fran- 
chises have been acquired as hereinbefore provided, the Director of The Depart- 
ment of Public Works of Baltimore City is hereby authorized and directed to con- 
struct or cause to be constructed the said Stafford Street Project, all in accord- 
ance with detailed plans hereafter to be prepared therefor and after said plans 
have been approved by the said Director of The Department of Public Works. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Ai)j)i(>vuti March 20. lUS.') 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFLIi. M>n,nr 



ORDINANCES 119 

No. 318 
(Council No. 578) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING - 4203 FORDLEIGII RD 

ZONING -APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE PARKING LOT- 

4203 AND ADJOINING PROPERTY ON FORDLEIGH ROAD 

FOR the purpose of c hanging th e zoning for GRANTING PERMISSION FOR 
THE ESTABLISHMENT, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF AN 
OPEN OFF-STREET PARKING AREA ON the property known as 4203 
Fordleigh Road and the property adjoining 4203 Fordleigh Road on the north- 
east and southeast from tti e R - 3 Zoning District to th e M - 1 - 1 Zoning District as 
outHned in red on the AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY am e nding Zoning District Maps AUTHORITY OF 
Sheet No. 11 
Article 30 -Zoning 
SECTIONS 4.3-lD AND 11.0-6D 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section \. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
S h e et No. 1 1 of th e Zoning District Maps of Articl e 30 of th e Baltimor e City Cod e 
(1083 R e plac e m e nt Volum e , aa am e nd e d) titl e "Zoning" b e and it is her e by 
am e nd e d by changing from th e R - 3 Zoning District to th e M - 1 - 1 Zoning District 
PERMISSION IS HEREBY GRANTED FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT, 
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF AN OPEN OFF-STREET PARKING 
AREA ON the property known as 4203 Fordleigh Road and the property adjoin- 
ing 4203 Fordleigh Road on the northeast and southeast as outlined in red on the 
AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor appr6ves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Adminstrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day from the date of its enactment. 

Approved .March 20. I'.JS") 

W ILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFKR. Manor. 



120 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 319 

No. 31i) 
(Coiiiu-il No. 587) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING-APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
PARKING LOT- 1700 BLOCK E. NORTH AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of an open off-street parking area on the southern portion of the 
property located on the north side of the 1700 block of E. North Avenue, as 
outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4.8-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of an open off-street parking area on the southern portion of the property located 
on the north side of the 1700 block of E. North Avenue, as outlined in red on the 
plats accompanying this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 4.8-ld and 
11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as 
amended) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the follouing: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. A)id be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 

A|Tjjrovt.'<i Match Ho. I'.Ks') 

W ILLIA.M Do.XALl) SCllAKFKU. .\/././../-. 



ORDINANCES 121 

No. 320 

(Council No. 35()) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ETHICS 

FOR the purpose of revising the Ethics Law; defining certain terms; clarifying 
certain language; providing for administrative procedures and that fees may 
be charged for certain services AND LATE FILINGS; PROVIDING THAT 
CERTAIN AGENCIES WILL PERFORM CERTAIN DUTIES; clarifying 
prohibited conflicts of interest that require disqualification; clarifying employ- 
ment restrictions for employees and former employees; altering certain provi- 
sions relating to gifts; altering certain provisions relating to financial 
disclosure statements; altering certain monetary thresholds for financial 
disclosure and lobbying statements; revising provisions requiring registration 
as a lobbyist; repealing a certain criminal penalty, and generally relating to 
revising the Baltimore City Ethics Law. 

BY adding to 
Article 8 -Ethics 

Section(s)-3-6 and 3 - 7 , 3-7, 3-8, 3-9 AND 4-2(C) 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY repealing 
Article 8 -Ethics 
Section(s)-2-l(21)and4-l 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY repealing and reordaining with amendments 
Article 8 -Ethics 
Section(s)-2-l(5), (9), (14) and (15). 3-3(D), 4-2(a), 4-3, 4-4(a) and (c), 5-2(aXll), 

(17), (27) and (29), 5-4, 5-3(d), 5-5, 5-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 and 6-7 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

Article 8 -Ethics 

Title 2 -Definitions 

2-1. Definitions. 

As used in this article the following terms have the meanings indicated unless 
the context clearly requires a different meaning or a different definition is 
adopted for a particular title or provision. 

(5) "Businesrwith the City" means being: 

(i) regulated by a- THE city agency OF THE ELECTED OFFICIAL. 
MUNICIPAL OFFICER. OR MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE 



122 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 320 

(ii) a registrant 

(Hi) a party to any one or any combination of sales, purchases, leases or 
contracts to, from, or with the City, or any agency thereof, involving disburse- 
ment of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) or more on a cumulative basis during the 
fiscal year for which a required statement is to be filed. As of the awarding or 
execution of a contract or, leases the total then ascertainable consideration 
thereby committed to be paid, regardless of the period of time over which such 
payments are to be made, shall be included. 

(9) "Court means the [appropriate court of the Supreme Bench of] Circuit 
Court for Baltimore City [or successor court that has jurisdiction]. 

(14) "Financial interest" means: 

(i) ownership of any interest as the result of which the owner has received 
within the past three years, or is presently receiving, or is entitled to receive in 
the future more than $1,000 per year; 

(ii) ownership, or the ownership of securities of any kind representing or 
convertible into ownership, of more than [ten percent] 3% of a business entity. 

(15) "Gift" means the transfer of anything of economic value regardless of the 
form without adequate and lawful consideration. "Gift" does not include the 
solicitation, acceptance, receipt, or disposition of political campaign contribu- 
tions regulated in accordance with the provisions of Article 33, §§26-1 et seq., 
Annotated Code of Maiyland, or any other provision of State or local law 
regulating the conducb'of elections or the receipt of political campaign contribu- 
tions. [Complimentary admissions to special events including dinners, athletic, 
charitable, cultural or political events or any other occasion or entertainment, 
valued at less than $25 per person for each such admission and when furnished to 
all similarly situated office holders are excluded from this definition. The term 
gift as used in this article does not include gifts from a family member or other 
relative within the third degree of consanguinity.] 

[(21) "Regulate" or "regulated" means subject to the control or governed by the 
mles and regulations of a City agency and required to have a license, permit, or 
other written authorization from a City agency.] 

Title 3 -Administration 
3-3. POWERS AND DUTIES. 

(D) THE BOARD iMAY EXEMPT AN^' PERSON [REQUIRED TO GI\'E 
NOTICE OR FILE,] FROM THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ARTICLE OR 
MODIFY THE PROVISIONS RELATING TO SUCH PERSON IF IT DETER- 
MINES THAT ONE OR MORE OF THE FIRST FOUR OF THE FOLLOWING 
SITUATIONS EXISTS AND, IN ADDITION. THERETO, PARAGRAPH 
FIVE APPLIES: 

(1) THE ACTION WOULD CONSTITUTE AN UNREASONABLE IN- 
VASION OF PRIVACY; 

(2) COMPLIANCE WOULD CONSTITUTE A HARDSHIP; 



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(3) THE NATURE OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE PERSON, AGENCY, 
BOARD. OR COMMISSION DOES NOT REQUIRE COMPLIANCE; 

(4) COMPLIANCE WOULD SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE THE 
AVAILABILITY OF QUALIFIED PEOPLE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE; 

(5) THE PARTICULAR EXEMPTION WOULD NOT BE CONTRARY 
TO THE PURPOSES OF THIS ARTICLE. 

3-6. INVESTIGATIONS 

THE BALTIMORE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT OR ANY AGENCY OF 
THE CITY SHALL CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS UNDER THIS ARTICLE 
AT THE REQUEST OF THE DIRECTOR OR THE CHAIRMAN OF THE 
BOARD. 

3-7. POSITION DESCRIPTIONS. 

THE DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL OF THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMIS- 
SION SHALL PROVIDE THE DIRECTOR WITH POSITION DESCRIP- 
TIONS THAT REQUIRE ENFORCEMENT OF CITY RULES AND REGULA- 
TIONS OR PROCUREMENT OF OUTSIDE SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, OR 
SERVICES AS DESCRIBED IN SECTION 5-2(AK23). THE DIRECTOR OF 
PERSONNEL SHALL ALSO IDENTIFY THE DEPARTMENTS THAT 
HAVE THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POSITIONS. 

&-6 3-8. Procedures. 

(a) The Director may establish administrative procedures to permit public in- 
spections of records filed in the Department. 

(b) The Director shall require that any person examining or copying records 
shall identify himself or herself and record his or her name, home address, 
telephone number, oryaiiization represented and the name of the person whose 



d^ S-9. Fees. 

(A) The Director iitay charge reasonable fees for copies, inspection, filings, i)i- 
formation, and other services to implement this article. 

(B) THE DIRECTOR MAY IMPOSE A LATE FILING FEE FOR FILING 
ANY DOCUMENT REQUIRED TO BE FILED AFTER THE DEADLINE 
P^OR FILING. 

Title 4 -Conflicts of Interest 

4-L [Conflicts of Interest; prohibited interests. 

(a) Except as provided in this section, an elected official other than a member 
of the City Council, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board member 
shall not have an interest in: (1) any matter subject to the authority of that 
elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board member or sub- 
ject to the authority of the City agency with which he is affiliated, or (2) in any 



124 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 320 

business entity which is negotiating or has entered into a contract to do business 
with the City. 

(b) The prohibition of subsection (a) shall not apply to or prevent: 

(1) Any board member having an interest: 

(i) in a business entity that enters into a contract that is awarded as a 
result of competitive bidding or sealed bids under the applicable provisions of the 
Charter, or a contract between the successful bidder and its subcontractors, 
when the board member's responsibilities and actions do not include par- 
ticipating on behalf of the City in any manner in the awarding, approval, for- 
mulation, or preparation of any such contract; or 

(ii) as a partner, associate, or employee in a business entity that 
represents or is employed by clients or others in transactions or matters before 
the City, where the business entity is composed solely of members of a particular 
profession, including the board member, who is regulated by a Code of Ethics 
formally adopted by that profession. 

(2) Any elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board 
member: 

(i) from entering into contracts with the City pertaining to the acquisi- 
tion of real estate by the City for any public purpose, when the amount of money 
to be paid by the City for the property involved does not exceed the value of the 
property as established by not less than two competent real estate appraisers ap- 
pointed by the City; provided, that all records of the City pertaining to any such 
transaction shall be open to public inspection at all times during regular business 
hours. 

(ii) from appearing, without compensation, before any City department 
or agency or legislative body on behalf of constituents or in the performance of 
any public, official or civic obligation or duty; 

(iii) from accepting or receiving any benefit or facility which is pro- 
vided for or made available to citizens or residents or classes of citizens or 
residents under any housing or other general welfare legislation or in the exer- 
cise of the police power; or 

(iv) from holding stock or investing or holding any investment in any 
corporation or similar legal entity whose stock is owned or held on a broad basis 
by the general public, as long as such an interest constitutes less than three per- 
cent of the ownership or investment in the entity; or from having deposits of 
money in any banking institution made in the ordinary' course of business.] 

4-2. Conflicts of Interest; disqualification. 

(a) Except as permitted by regulation of the Board or the other provisions of 
this title an elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board 
member shall not participate vljicutUtf and shall disqualify himself or herself 
[and shall not participate] in any matter before [the City agency with which he or 
she is affiliated,] a City agency the outcome of which would hare a direct 



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pecunia)^/ impact distinct from the public at large, on the elected official, 
municipal officer, municipal employee, board member or any member of that per- 
son's family specified below except in the exercise of an administrative or 
ministerial duty which does not affect the disposition or decision with respect to 
that matter, if, to his knowledge, he, his spouse, parent, minor child, brother, or 
sister has an interest [therein] in the matter or if any of the following is a party 
thereto: 

(1) Any business entity in which he has a direct interest of which he may 
reasonably be expected to know; 

(2) Any business entity in which he is an officer, director, trustee, partner, 
or employee or in which he knows any of the above listed relatives has such 
interest; 

(3) Any business entity with which he knows that he or any of the above 
listed relatives is negotiating or has any arrangement concerning prospective 
employment; 

(4) Any business entity which is a party to an existing contract with an 
elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board member, or 
which the elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board 
member knows is a party to a contract with any of the above named relatives, if 
the contract could reasonably be expected to result in a conflict between the 
private interests of the elected official, municipal officer or municipal employee 
and his official City duties; 

(5) Any business entity, either engaged in a transaction with the City or 
subject to regulation by the City Agency of which the elected official, municipal 
officer, municipal employee, or board member is an officer or employee, in which 
a direct financial interest is owned by another business entity in which the 
elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board member knows, 
has a direct financial interest. 

(6) Any business entity which is a creditor or obligee of the elected official, 
municipal officer, municipal employee, or board member, or which he knows is a 
creditor or obligee of any of the above named relatives, with respect to a thing of 
economic value and which, by reason thereof, is in a position to affect directly 
and substantially the interest of the elected official, municipal officer or 
municipal employee, or any of the above named relatives. 

(C) WHEN THERE IS A FINANCIAL OR ECONOMIC INTEREST OF THE 
CITY, AN ELECTED OFFICIAL, MUNICIPAL OFFICER, AND 
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE ^L\Y SERVE AS A BOARD MEMBER OR 
TRUSTEE OF A BUSINESS DOING BUSINESS WITH THE CITY PRO- 
VIDED THAT THE ELECTED OFFICIAL, MUNICIPAL OFFICER OR 
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE: 

(1) SERVES L-. OFFICIO OR IS APPOINTED TO REPRESENT THE 
INTERESTS OF THE CITY; AND 

(2) RECEIVES NO FEE, SALARY, OR COMPENSATION THEREFOR; 
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(3) DOES NOT PARTICIPATE IN AN\' ACTION IN WHICH THE 
ELECTED OFFICIAL, MUNICIPAL OFFICER, OR MUNICIPAL 
EMPLOYEE OR ANY FAMILY MEMBER HAS A FINANCIAL INTEREST. 

4-3. Employment Restrictions. 

[(a) An elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee, or board 
member, except a member of the City Council, shall not be employed by: (1) any 
business entity subject to the authority of that official, officer, employee, or 
board member or subject to the authority of the City Agency with which such 
person is affiliated; or (2) any business entity which is negotiating or has entered 
a contract to do business with the City Agency with which the elected official, 
municipal officer, municipal employee or board member is affiliated. This pro- 
hibition does not apply to a board member who is appointed pursuant to a 
statutory requirement that persons subject to the jurisdiction of the authority be 
represented in appointments to it. 

(b) A former elected official, municipal officer or municipal employee, except a 
former member of the City Council, shall not assist or represent another party 
other than the City for compensation in a case, contract, or other specific matter 
involving the City government if that matter is one in which the elected official, 
municipal officer or municipal employee personally and significantly participated 
as an elected official, municipal officer, or municipal employee. The Board may 
by regulation (1) exempt any elected official, municipal officer, municipal 
employee from the provisions of this subsection, and (2) establish a time limit for 
which the provisions of this subsection shall apply to the elected official, 
municipal officer, municipal employee.] 

(a) Except as permitted by regulations of the Board where an interest is dis- 
closed or the employment does not create a conjlict of interest or appearance of 
conJJict, the Mayor, Comptroller, President of the City Council, municipal 
officer, or municipal employee, shall not: 

(1) be employed by, or have a financial interest in, any business entity sub- 
ject to the authority of that elected official, municipal officer, )nunicipal 
onployee, or of the city agency with which the official, officer or employee is af- 
filiated or 

(2) be employed by or have a financial interest in any business entity which 
is negotiating or has entered into a contract to do busiiw s ^i FOR WHICH THE 
CONSIDERATION EXCEEDS $5,000 with the City agency that the elected of 
ficial, municipal officer, or municipal employee is affiliated with-; 

(3) hold any other e m plvyment r elationship which would tmpa t r the itnpnr- 
iiality vr independenc e of judgment vf th e elected official, munivip i d vjjnrr or 
municipal t niplvy re . 

(b) This prohibition does not apply to: 

(1) A person who is appointed TO A REGULATORY OR LICENSING 
AUTHORITY' pursuant to a requirement that persons subject to the jurisdiction 
of the authority be represented in aj/pointinents to it; 

(2) Subject to other provisions of law, i"r' h. j. . .,,-' 4 of this article, a 

board )nember in regard to a financial interest or tinploynwnt held nf (he time vf 
appointment , provided it is publicly disclosed to the appointing authority a)id the 

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(d) All e lecttd vjjicial, municipal officei; municipal emjAvyee or boa r d 
jntrinb e r whose duties are minist e rial, if the private tr mploytneni or financial in - 
Itrtst dues not create a cvnjlict of inter e st or the app e ainnc e of a conjlict of inr 
ier e st, as permitted and tn accordanc e with re gulations adopted by the Board. 

(C) THE PROHIBITION OF SUBSECTION (A) SHALL NOT APPLY TO 
PREVENT ANY ELECTED OFFICIAL, MUNICIPAL OFFICER, 
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE, OR BOARD MEMBERS: 

(1) FROM ENTERING INTO CONTRACTS WITH THE CITY PERTAIN- 
ING TO THE ACQUISITION OF REAL ESTATE BY THE CITY FOR ANY 
PUBLIC PURPOSE, WHEN THE AMOUNT OF MONEY TO BE PAID BY 
THE CITY FOR THE PROPERTY INVOLVED DOES NOT EXCEED THE 
VALUE OF THE PROPERTY AS ESTABLISHED BY NOT LESS THAN 
TWO COMPETENT REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS APPOINTED BY THE 
cm'; PROVIDED, THAT ALL RECORDS OF THE CITY PERTAINING TO 
ANY SUCH TR.'iNSACTION SHALL BE OPEN TO PUBLIC INSPECTION 
AT ALL TIMES DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS; 

(2) FROM APPEARING, WITHOUT COMPENSATION, BEFORE ANY 
CITY DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY OR LEGISLATIVE BODY ON BEHALF 
OF CONSTITUENTS OR IN THE PEPJ^ORMANCE OF ANY PUBLIC, OF- 
FICIAL OR CIVIC OBLIGATION OR DUTY; 

(3) FROM ACCEPTING OR RECEIVING ANY BENEFIT OR FACILITY 
WHICH IS PROVIDED FOR OR MADE AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS OR 
RESIDENTS OR CLASSES OR CITIZENS OR RESIDENTS UNDER ANY 
HOUSING OR OTHER GENERAL WELFARE LEGISLATION OR IN THE 
EXERCISE OF THE POLICE POWER; OR 

at FROM HOLDING STOCK OR INVESTING OR HOLDING ANY IN- 
VESTMENT IN ANY CORPORATION OR SIMILAR LEGAL ENTITY 
WHOSE STOCK IS OWNED OR HELD ON A BROAD BASIS BY THE 
GENERAL PUBLIC, AS LONG AS SUCH AN INTEREST CONSTITUTES 
LESS THAN THREE PERCENT OF THE OWNERSHIP OR INVESTMENT 
IN THE ENTin'; OR FROM HAVING DEPOSITS OF MONEY IN ANY 
BANKING INSTITUTION MADE IN THE ORDINARY COURSE OF 
BUSINESS. 

(c)(1) (D) For a period of one year after terminating employment with the City 
gorernment, a former Mayor, Comptroller, President of the City Council, 
ntunicipal officer or municipal employee shall not assist or represent a party 
other than the City for compensation in a case, contract or other specific matter 
mroliiny the City yoierument if that matter is one in which the elected official, 
niunicipid officer or municipal employee personally atid significajitly par- 
tu'ifiated as an elected official, municipal officer or municipal employee. 

{ ■ ^i Th r prvristvii. -i vf ih t s subsection do ) i ot apply to any former e lect e d vf 
pnnl, — i nuni vi pttl t ff t rrr or municipal e mploye e — who p t rformed soltly ad ' 
7 niniilra(ice or ministerial duti e s which did not aff t ct the disposition ordtcision 
■t r t lh r tga rd to that matter and whose employment do e s not c re ate a conjlict ofin - 
Ititst or ati app e aranc e of conflict. 



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[(c)] ftij (E) An elected official, municipal officer or municipal employee shall not 
assist or represent a party for contingent compensation in any matter before or 
involving any City Agency other than in a judicial or quasi-judicial proceeding, 

4-4. Gifts; solicitation or acceptance of gifts. 

(a) An elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee shall not solicit 
any gift [or]. An elected official, municipal officer, municipal employee shall not 
knowingly accept any gift, directly or indirectly, from any person that he or she 
knows or has reason to know: 

(1) Is doing business with the City Council, as to members thereof, or, as to 
other elected officials, municipal officers, or municipal employees, with their 
agency; 

(2) Is engaged in activities which are regulated or controlled by his or her 
city agency; 

[(2)] (S) Has a financial interest that may be substantially and materially 
affected, in a manner distinguishable from the public generally, by the perform- 
ance or nonperformance of the elected official's, municipal officer's, or municipal 
employee's duty; 

(Jt) Is a registrant with respect to matters within the jurisdiction of that 
elected official, municipal officer, or municipal e)nployee. 

(c) [The] In accordance with section 3-S(d), the Board by regulation may define 
further exemptions from this section as necessary. 

Title 5 -Financial Disclosure 

5-2. Statement Makers. 

(a) The following persons are required to file financial disclosure statements 
provided for in this title unless required by State law to file with the State: 

(1) Mayor 

(2) President and Members of the City Council 

(3) City Comptroller, Deputy City Comptroller, City Auditor, Harbor 
Master, Superintendent of Markets, Insurance Manager, Real Estate Officer, 
and all salaried employees of the Department of Audits and the Department of 
Real Estate. 

(4) City Solicitor aijd Deputy City Solicitor 

(5) Director of Public Works, Deputy Director of Public Works and all 
bureau heads and division chiefs of the Department of Public Works 

(6) Chief of the Bureau of Treasury Management and the Deputy Chief of 
the Bureau of Treasury Management 

(7) Director of Finance 

(8) City Purchasing Agent and all salaried empk>yees of the Bureau of 
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(9) Members of the Planning Commission, Director of Planning, Deputy 
Director of Planning and all salaried employees of the Department of Planning 

(10) Personnel Director of Civil Service Commission 
[(11) President of the Community College of Baltimore] 

(11) [12] Superintendent of Schools -Department of Education 
[(13) Commissioner of Health and Deputy Commissioner] 
[(14) Director of Baltimore City Hospitals] 

(12) [(15)] Commissioner, Deputy and Assistant Commissioners, and Direc- 
tors of and salaried employees in the Construction and Building Inspection, Land 
Development and Neighborhood Development Divisions of the 
NEIGHBORHOOD PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION/Department of Housing 
and Community Development 

(13) [(16)] Director of Recreation and Parks and Superintendent of Recrea- 
tion. 

[(17)] Director of Baltimore City Department of Social Services. 

(W [(18)] DIRECTOR AND DEPUTY DIRECTORS OF THE DEPART- 
MENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE Commissioner and Chief Assistant 
Commissioner of Transit and Traffic 

(15) [(19)] Members, Executive Secretary, and salaried employees of the 
Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals 

(16) [(20)] Members of the Board of Fire Commissioners and Chief of Fire 
Department 

(17) [(21)] Director, Community Relations Commission 

(18) [(22)] Warden. City Jail 

(19} [(23)] Director, [Minimum] Wage Commission 

(20) [(24)] Director, Urban Services Agency 

(21} [(25)] Commissioner, Deputy Commiaaion er COMMISSIONERS and 
Division Chiefs, Police Department 

(22) [(26)] Any person who is a candidate for any elected office described in 
this subsection 

(23} [(27)] All salaried employees whose functions include the development 
of specifications for procurement of outside supplies, materials or services from 
businesses doing business with the City 

(2J,} [(28)] The individuals serving as trustees under trust agreements for 
the aciministration of the loan and guarantee program of the City (Trustees) 

(25} [(29)] All municipal officers and municipal employees whose official 
duties include enforcement of rules and regulations of his or her City agency 

(b) The names of the employees required to file shall be certified by the ap- 
propriate elected official or municipal officer. This certification shall be furnished 
to the Director on or before August 1 of each year. 



130 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 320 

5-3. Statements, filing. 

[(d) In an election year, the Board shall prescribe the time for filing of and the 
period to be covered by the statement of elected officials and candidates for the 
elective offices described in section 5-2.] 

(d) hi the year of a mayoral election, 

(1) en ON or before the last day for the withdrawal of candidacy for 
nomination, each elected official and each candidate for an elective office 
specified in section 5-2 shall file a statement pursuant to this subtitle covering 
the calendar year immediately preceding the year in which the election is held. 

(i) The lists of business entities maintained pursuant to ^5-5 ynay be 
used by a person filing a statement under subsection (d)(1) of this section. 

(2) Each candidate for an office specified in sections 5-2 who is elected shall, 
within 30 days after taking office, file a statement pursuant to this subtitle cover- 
ing the fiscal year immediately preceding the year in which the election is held. 

5-4. Statements, maintenance and review. 

[(a)] The Director shall maintain the statements, and they shall be nvailable for 
public inspection during regular office hours. 

[(b) The Director may establish administrative procedures and charge 
reasonable fees for public inspection. 

(c) The Director shall require that any person examining or copying statements 
shall identify himself or herself and record his or her name, home address, 
telephone number, organization represented and the name of the person whose 
disclosure statement was examined or copied.] 

5-5. Business entities list. 

(a) The Director of Finance shall certify to the Director no later than August 1 
of each year, a list of business entities doing business with the City as defined in 
S2-l(5)(iii) o/this article, which list shall be available to statement makers. 

(b) The Director shall provide a list of all registrants which shall be available to 
statement makers. 

5-6. Contents of statement. 

[The statement shall contain the following information:] 

The statement required to be filed under this title shall contai)i schedules 
disclosing the following interests of the stateynent maker together with thefollou^ 
i)ig infonnation, if known for the fiscal year for which the required statement is 
to be filed: 

(a) A schedule of all interests in or with respect to any real property in the City. 
This schedule, as to each interest, shall include: 

(1) The nature of the property and the location by street address, mailing 
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(2) The nature and extent of the interest held, including any conditions 
thereto and encumbrances thereon; 

(3) THE IDENTITY OF ANY OTHER PERSON WITH AN INTEREST 
IN THE PROPERTY. 

(3) (4) The date when, the manner in which, and the identity of the person 
from whom the interest was acquired; 

(4) (5) With respect to any interest transferred, in whole or in part, at any 
time during the fiscal year for which the statement is filed, a description of the 
interest transferred, the identity of the person to whom the interest was trans- 
ferred; and 

(5) Th e id e ntity of any oth e r p e rson with an int e r e st in th e prop e rty. 

(b) A schedule of all interests in any corporation, in which the interests or the 
right to acquire interests are equal to or greater than a (ten percent (10%)] 3% in- 
terest in the corporation if the corporation [is a registrant or] does business with 
the City. This schedule, as to each interest, shall include: 

(1) The name and address of the principal office of the corporation; 

(2) The nature of the interest held, including any conditions thereto and en- 
cumbrances thereon: 

(3) With respect to any interest transferred, in whole or in part, at any time 
during the fiscal year for which the statement is filed, a description of the in- 
terest transferred, the nature of the consideration received in exchange therefor 
and, if known, the identity of the person to whom the interest was transferred. 

(c) A schedule of all interests in any other business entity [which is a registrant 
or] that does business with the City. This schedule, as to each such interest, shall 
include: 

(1) The name and address of the principal office of the business entity; 

(2) The nature of the interest held, including any condition thereto and en- 
cumbrances thereon; and 

(3) With respect to any interest transferred, in whole or in part, at any time 
during the fiscal year fur which the statement is filed, a description of the in- 
terest transferred. 

(d) (I) A schedule of each gift of property in excess of [$150 in value] $50 in 
value or a series of gifts totalling $150 or more, including the forgiveness of any 
liability, received at any time during the fiscal year for which the statement if 
filed, by the statement maker from, or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, any 
person who [is a registrant or] does business with the City; except; 

(i) Gifts from a person related by blood or marriage, or a member of the 

household; 

(ii) Campaign contributions which are otherwise reported as required 
by law. 



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(Hi) Complimentary admissions to special events including dinners, 
athletic, charitable, cultural or political events or any other occasion or enter- 
tainment, valued at less than $25 per person for each such admission and when 
furnished to all similarly situated office holders. 

(2) This schedule, as to each such gift, shall include: 

(i) The nature of the gift; and 

(ii) The identity of the person from whom, or on behalf of whom, direct- 
ly or indirectly, the gift was received. 

(e) A schedule of all offices, directorships and salaried employment held at any 
time during the fiscal year for which the statement is filed in any corporation or 
other business entity [which is a registrant or] that does business with the City. 
This schedule, as to each such office, directorship or salaried employment shall 
include: 

(1) The name and address of the principal office of the business entity; 

(2) The title and nature of the office, directorship or salaried employment 
held. 

(f) A schedule of all liabilities [to any registrant or] to any person doing 
business with the City owed by the statement maker at any time during the fiscal 
year for which the statement is filed, excluding retail credit accounts, utility ac- 
counts, /i/*s^ mortgages on the statement maker's personal residence, and bank 
loans of less than five thousand dollars; and all liabilities of the spouse or child of 
the statement maker [to any registrant or] to any person doing business with the 
City own e d OWED at any time during the fiscal year for which the statement is 
filed if the statement maker was involved in the transaction giving rise to the 
liability, excluding retail credit accounts, utility &ccounis, first mortgages on the 
personal residence of the spouse or child, and bank loans of less than five thou- 
sand dollars. This schedule, as to each such liability, shall include: 

(1) The identity of the person to whom the liability was owed; 

(2) The amount of the liability owed at the end of the fiscal year for which 
the statement is filed; 

(3) The terms of payment of the liability and the extent to which the prin- 
cipal amount of the liability was increased or reduced during the year; and 

(4) The security given, if any. for the liability. 

(g) A list of all members of the family of the statement maker who are regularly 
employed by the Cit>' in any capacity. 

[(h) The reporting requirements of subsections (b), (c), (d), (e). and (f) shall apply 
to statement makers who regulate business entities. The statement shall include 
any interest in. employment by, liabilities to or gifts in excess of $150 from any 
business entity regulated by the statement n^aker.] 

(h) The )ia))te a)id address of all non-City empluyt'rs of the statement )nak'er or 
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(i) Any additional interests or information that the statement maker desires to 
make. 

Title 6 -Lobbying 

6-1. Definitions. 

(a) As used in this title the following terms have the meanings indicated unless 
the context clearly requires a different meaning. 

(1) "Compensation" ineatis any money or thing of value, regardless offonn, 
receiving or to be received by any individual covered by this article TITLE from 
an employer for service rendered. If lobbying is only a portion of a person's 
employment, "compensation" meaiis a prorated amount based on the time devoted 
to lobbying compared to the time devoted to other employment duties. For report- 
ing purposes, a prorated amount shall be labeled as such. 

[(1)] (2) "Legislative action" means any action by the City Council on any 
bill or resolution before it. 

[(2)] (3) "Lobbying" means: 

(i) Communicating in the presence of an elected official, municipal of- 
ficer, [or] municipal employee, or board member of Baltimore City with the intent 
to influence any legislative action or official action of the elected official, 
municipal officer, [or] municipal employee, or board member or 

(ii) Engaging in activities having the e.xpress purpose of soliciting 
others to communicate with an elected official, municipal officer, [or] municipal 
employee, or board member with the intent to influence any legislative action or 
official action of that elected official, municipal officer, [or] municipal employee, 
or board member 

[(3)] (^f "Official action" means any agreement between any person and the 
Mayor and Gity Council of Baltimore for which the consideration is $5,000 or 
more or any official act by a municipal officer or municipal employee on behalf of 
his or her City agency. 

[(4)] (5) "Registration statement" means the lobbying registration state- 
ment required to be filed under the provisions of this title. 

[(5)] (6) "Registrant" means any person required to file a registration re- 
quired by this title. 

[(6)] (7f "Report" means the lobbying report to be filed under the provisions 
of this title. 

1(7)] (S) "Reporting period" means the period of time between July 1 and 
June 30. 



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6-2. Lobbying. 

(a)(1) Except as provided in sections 6-10 and 6-11, of this title, any person who 
engages in lobbying before the City Council shall file a lobbying registration with 
the Director [on or before July 1 or] within five days after engaging in lobbying 
activities, if this person, during the reporting period either: 

(i) [{!)] Expends in excess of [$500] $250 or expects to expend in excess 
of [$500] $250 during a reporting period [for meals, entertainment, or gifts for 
lobbying before the City Council or a City Agency] in futherance of lobbying ac- 
tivities; or 

(ii) [(2)] Is compensated in excess of [$1,000] $500 in connection with 
lobbying [before the City Council] activity. 

(2) A lobbying registration filed pursuant to this subsection, unless ter- 
minated by the registrant, shall remain in effect until the Thursday next after the 
first Monday in December in the year of the next mayoral election. 

(b) (!) Except as provided in sections 6-10 and 6-11 of this title, any person who 
engages in lobbying before any City agency and who during a reporting period ex- 
pends in excess of $250 or expects to expend in excess of $250 in connection with 
lobbying activities shall file a lobbying registration with the Director within 5 
days after engaging in lobbying activity. 

(2) A lobbying registration filed pursuant to this subsection, unless ter- 
minated by the registrant, shall remain in effect until the Tuesday next after the 
first Monday in December in the year of the next mayoral election. 

(c) The registrayit need not file the lobbying registration required under subsec- 
tion (a) or(b) if he has previously filed a registration with the Director which is 
still in effect. 

6.3. Registration of lobbyists. 

(a) The registration filed pursuant to this title shall be dated and on a form 
developed by the board with the assistance of the Director and shall include the 
following: 

(1) The registrant's full and legal name and permanent address; 

(2) The full and legal name and address, and nature of business of any per- 
son on whose behalf the registrant acts; 

(3) The written authorization of any person on whose behalf the registrant 
acts (if this is a corporation, the authorization may be executed by any authorized 
officer or agent, who is not the registrant); 

(4) A statement of whether the person on whose behalf the registrant acts 
is exempt from registration pursuant to section 6-11 of this title; 

(5) The identification of legislative matters or executive matters on which 
the registrant has acted or intends to act; 

(6) Identification of the period of time during which the registrant is 
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(b) A person who engages in lobbying on behalf of more than one person shall 
file a separate registration for each person. 

(c) (1) A registrant may terminate his registration by written notice to the 
Board. 

(2) The registrant shall submit any reports required to be filed with the 
notice of termination. 

(3) The termination shall be effective 30 days after the receipt of the notice 
in proper form. 

((d) Unless the registrant terminates the registration under subsection (c), the 
registration shall expire at the end of the term for which the Mayor and City 
Council were elected.] 



6-4. Reports of lobbyists. 

If a registrant lobbies during a reporting period, the registrant shall file with 
the Board a report for each reporting period in which the registrant lobbies. The 
report shall be filed within thirty days after the end of the reporting period in 
which the registrant lobbied. If the registrant is not an individual, an authorized 
officer or agent of the entity shall sign the form. A separate activity report shall 
be filed for each person on whose behalf the registrant acts. The report shall in- 
clude: 

(a) A complete and current statement of the information required to be sup- 
plied pursuant to this title in section 6-3. 

(b) Total expenditures on lobbying in each of the following categories: 

(1) Total compensation paid to the registrant not including expenses 
reported under paragraphs (2) [and (3)] through (8), salaries, compensations, and 
reimbursed expenses for the staff of the registrant; 

(2) Professional and technical research and assistance not reported in 
paragraph (1) of this section. 

(3) Publications which expressly encourage persons to communicate with 
elected officials, municipal officer's, employees, or board members. 

(It) Names of witnesses, and the fees and expenses paid to each. 

(5) Meals and beverages for elected officials, municipal officers, muyiicipal 
employees, or board members or members of their families. 

(6) Special events, including parties, diiuiers, athletic events, entertain- 
ment, and other fund ions to which all members of the City Council or a standing 
committee thereof are invited. 

(7) Reasonable expenses for food, lodging and scheduled entertainment of 
elected officials, municipal officers or municipal employees for a meeting which 
is given in return for participatioyi i» a panel or speaking engagement at the 
meeting. 



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[(2)] (8) Gifts to or for elected officials, municipal officers, or municipal 
employees or their families. 

[(3)] (9) Other expenses specified by the Board. 

(c) Except for gifts reported in subsection (b) [(2)] (6) and (7), the name of each 
elected official, municipal officer, or municipal employee, or member o/his or her 
family who has benefited from gifts from the registrant with a cumulative value 
of $150 or more during the reporting period whether or not given in connection 
with the registrant's lobbying activities. Where the $150 cumulative value is met 
or exceeded, all succeeding gifts shall also be itemized by date, beneficiary, 
amount of value, and nature of the gift. Expenses reported in [this] subsection (b) 
[(2)] (6) and (7), shall be itemized as to date, location and expense of the event, but 
allocation to elected officials, municipal officers, or municipal employees need not 
be listed. 

6-7. Public inspection of reports. 

[(a)] The Director shall maintain the registrations and reports, atid they shall be 
available for public inspection during regular office hours. 

[(b) The Director may establish administrative procedures and charge 
reasonable fees for public inspection. 

(c) The Director shall require that any person examining or copying registra- 
tions or reports shall identify himself and record his name, home address, 
telephone number, organization he represents and the name of the person whose 
registration or report was examined or copied.] 



Title 7 

Enforcement 

7-2. Violations of Title 4. 

When the Board determines that a provision of title 4 -Conflict of Interest has 
been violated, action may be taken as provided in this section. 

[(a) The City Solicitor may request the State Attorney for Baltimore City to 
prosecute any person who knowingly violates the provisions of title 4. 

(b) Any person subject to the provisions of title 4 who knowingly violates the 
provisions of title 4 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject 
to a fine of not more than $1,000 or imprisonment for not more than 12 months 
or both.] 

(a) [(c)] If the Board determines that any contract with the City involves a 
violation of a conflict of, interest provision of title 4 by any person subject to the 
provisions of title 4, the contract may be terminated upon such terms and condi- 
tions as may be approved by the Board of Estimates, or the contract may be set 
aside in whole or in part in a legal action instituted by the City with approval of 
the Board of Estimates, unless the court finds that the contract or part thereof 
affected by the conflict of interest is in the public interest. In the legal action the 



ORDINANCES 137 

contract or the affected portion thereof shall "prima facie" be considered not to 
be in the pubHc interest. 

(b) [(d)] Except as provided in this section, a contract with the City shall not be 
set aside because of a violation of title 4 on the ground of conflict of interest. 

[(e) If an elected official is convicted of violating the provisions of title 4, the 
duties, powers, and authority vested in the elected official by law shall terminate 
in their entirety as of the day of the conviction. The office held by the convicted 
elected official shall be filled in the same manner as though the elected official 
had died while holding office, provided an appeal has not been filed or all appeals 
have been decided and the conviction has been upheld.) 

(c) If an elected official is found by the Board to have violated the provisions of 
title It, the Board shall report its findings to the City Solicitor and to the City 
Council for appropriate action. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect sixty 
THIRTY days from the date of its passage. 



Approved March 21, 11)85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, May( 



No. 321 
(Council No. 5()y) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY PROPERTY -SALE 

FOR the pui-pose of authorizing the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore to sell 
at either public or private sale all of the interest of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore in and to certain parcels of land no longer needed for public use, 
located at the northeast corner of Boston and Clinton Streets, Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

BY authority of 

Article V -Comptroller 

Section 5(b) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Comptroller of Baltimore City be and he is hereby authorized to sell at either 
public or private sale in accordance with Article V, Section 5(b) of the City 
Charter, all of the interest of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore in and to 
those parcels of land situate in Baltimore, Maryland, and described as follows: 

1315 South Clinton Street 
1317 South Clinton Street 



138 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 322 

1319 South Clinton Street 

1321 South Chnton Street 

1323 South Chnton Street 

1325 South Clinton Street 

1327 South Clinton Street 
1329 South Clinton Street 
1331 South Clinton Street 
1333 South Clinton Street 

1335 South Clinton Street 
1337 South Clinton Street 
1339 South Clinton Street 
1341 South Clinton Street 
1343 South Clinton Street 
1345 South Clinton Street 
1347 South Clinton Street 
1318 South Highland Street 

1320 South Highland Avenue 

1322 South Highland Avenue 

1324 South Highland Avenue 

1326 South Highland Avenue 

1328 South Highland Avenue 

1336 South Highland Avenue 

Said properties being no longer needed for public use. 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That no deed or deeds shall pass in accordance 
herewith until the same shall have been first approved by the City Solicitor. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



I 



A|i|.r(.vtMi Maivli 22. 1985 



W ILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFKK. Mn„. 



No. 322 
(Council N(.. (i39) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
JACKSON STREET 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the east side of Jackson 
Street for Anita Allen. 

Section 1. Be it ordai)ied by the Mayor and City Council ofBaltiiuort'. That on 
the east side of Jackson ^treet, from a point lOl' south of Heath Street to a point 



ORDINANCES 139 

123' south of Heath Street, parking is reserved for Anita Allen, displaying a 
permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved March 25, li>85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayo, 



No. 323 
(Council No. 640) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING -RESERVED 
BONNER ROAD 

FOR the purpose of providing for resei'ved parking on the south side of Bonner 
Road for Thomas Ray. 

Sectio.n 1 . Be it ordai)ied by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the south side of Bonner Road, from a point 167' west of Westchester Road to a 
point 189' west of Westchester Road, parking is reserved for Thomas Ray, 
displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



•Approved March 25. ll»8.' 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. May, 



No. 324 
(Council x\o. 641) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
GARRISON AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the south side of Garrison 
Avenue for Morris Armstead. 

Section 1 . Be it orda i)ic(l by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the south side of Garrison Avenue, from a point 253' east of Oakmont Avenue to 



140 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 325 

a point 274' east of Oakniont Avenue, parking is reserved for Morris Armstead, 
displaying a permit. 

ShX. 2. Ami be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approveii March 25. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCILALFEK. Min/,>r. 



No. 825 
(Council No. 470) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
PARKING LOT-316 KIRBV LANE 

FOR the |)urpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of an open off-street parking area on the properly located at 316 
Kirhy Lane, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4.8-ld and ll.()-6d 
Baltimore City Code (Ui83 Replacement \'olume. as amended) 

SkciIo.N 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council oj Haiti niorf. That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of an open off-street parking area on the properly located at 31G Kirby Avenue, 
as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance, under the provisions 
of Sections 4.8-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Citde (l;»83 
Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

St:c. 2. And bf il furthtr oritaimd. That upt)n passage of this ordinance by ihe 
City Council, as evidence of the auihenticity of the j)lal which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zonirig 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the j)lals to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Ap{)eals. the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Ct)mmunily Development, ihe 
Supervisor »)f Assessments for Baltimore City arid the Zoning A*lmimslraior. 

Sec. 3. And lie it further ordained. That this ordinance shall lake ellecl on ihe 
30ih day afier the date of its enactment. 

-Approw'd March 27. li»85 

W ILLI.AM DONALD SCllAKFKl:. .\hn,,.,: 



ORDINANCES 141 

No. 326 
(Council No. 4i)5) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING- APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 

DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT WITH A DRIVE THROUGH WINDOW 

5301 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the estabHshment, maintenance and 
operation of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the proper- 
ty known as 5301 Park Heights Avenue, as outhned in red on the plats accom- 
panying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 6.3-ld and U.O-Gd 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the property known as 
5301 Park Heights Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this or- 
dinance, under the provisions of Sections 6.3-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the 
Baltimore City Code (Ii)83 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Skc. 3. .4//(/ be it furthtr ordained, That this ordinance shall lake effect on the 
30ih day after llie dale of its enactment. 

.■\|»p|-(tvc'tl March .17. liUS.') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCllAEFLR, Mayor. 



142 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 328 

No. 327 
(CouiK-il No. ;')!;)) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

STREET ENCROACHMENT-2301 N. CALVERT STREET 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the construction and maintenance of buttresses 
and planters projecting 3 feet into the public right of way adjoining the south 
side of 2301 N. Calvert Street. 

BY authority 

Article 32 -Baltimore City Building Code 

Section 310.5 

Baltimore City Code (1982 Edition and Supplement) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the construction and maintenance of 3 buttresses and 2 planters are hereby 
authorized on the south side of the property known generally as 2301 N. Calvert 
Street. The buttresses and planters shall be constructed of brick and shall extend 
out from the Twenty-third Street side of the building. Each buttress shall be 1 
foot wide, 3 feet deep and shall extend 6 feet below the sidewalk. The planters in 
between the buttresses shall be 4V2 feet wide and 16 inch e s 3 FEET deep. 
Except as specifically provided in this ordinance, all ordinances and rules and 
regulations of the Mayor and City Council shall be complied with in the constmc- 
tion and use of said structure. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



.A|)|u'()vt.'(l March 27, 1985 



WILLIA.M DONALD SCHAKFLli. Maun,- 



No. ;>2.s 

(C'<»uin-il N... .')'),■>) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 

PENAL AND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION . 

501-531 E. MADISON STREET, 707 CONSTITUTION STREET. 

710 (;RA\'ES STREET AND 522 E. MONUMENT STREET 

F()R the purpose of granting permis.sion fi>r the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of a Penal and Correctional Institution on liie pi'operty known as 
501-531 E. Madison Street, 707 CONSTITUTION STREET, 710 CIRAVES 
STREET AND 522 E. MONUMENT STREET as outlined in red on -the 



ORDINANCES 143 

AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance, SUBJECT TO CERTAIN 
CONDITIONS. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 7.2-lcc-4 and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted to the City Jail for the establishment, maintenance 
and operation of a Penal and Correctional Institution on the property known as 
501-531 E. Madison Street, 707 CONSTITUTION STREET, 710 GRAVES 
STREET AND 522 E. MONUMENT STREET as outlined in red on the 
AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance, under the provisions of Section 
7.2-1CC-4 and 11.0-6dof Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement 
Volume, as amended) title "Zoning" SUBJECT TO THE CONDITION THAT 
THE PROPERTY SHALL BE USED FOR THE JAIL'S ADMINISTRATIVE 
STAFF OFFICES AND AN INDUSTRIAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR IN- 
MATES AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL USES AND SHALL NOT BE 
USED TO HOUSE INMATES. 

Sec. 2. And be it further urdai)ied, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Plannmg Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Sec . 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day from the date of its enactment. 



Approved March 27. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCllAEFER. Ma 



yor. 



No. 329 
(Council N(». 555) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING- APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
PARKING LOT- 104 W. 39TH STREET 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of an open off-street parking area on the property known as 104 
W. 39th Street as outlined in red on the plats AND SITE PLANS accompany- 
ing this ordinance, subject to certain conditions. 



144 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 329 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4.5-1(1 and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of an open off-street parking area on the property known as 104 W. 39th Street, 
as outlined in red on the plats AND SITE PLANS accompanying this ordinance, 
WHICH INCLUDE A COPY OF A PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PROPOSED 
LIGHT FIXTURES, under the provisions of Section 4.5-ld and 11.0-6d of Arti- 
cle 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title 
"Zoning", subject to the following conditions: 

1. That th e r e will b e no acc e ss ( e ith e r ingr e ss or e gr e ss) onto Cant e rbur y 

llOaU, 

2. That Broadvi e w Apartm e nts Company, its succ e ssors and assigns will 
maintain th e parki n g l o t and the tr ee s, shi-ubs and landscaping shown on th e plat 
filed with the building p e rmit; 

3. That th e parking lot ingr e ss and e gr e ss shall b e r e gulat e d by a card ins e rt 
(or similar m e chanical or e l e ctrical) syst e m and that, if th e traffic wai'rants, th ere 
siiall b e an att e ndant (und e r th e sup e rvision of said Company) on duty from 11 
a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; and 

1. THAT THE OWNER OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, ITS ASSIGNS 
AND SUCCESSORS, SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED TO HAVE A 
DRIVEWAY NOR ANY OTHER MEANS OF VEHICULAR INGRESS OR 
EGRESS FROM THE SUBJECT PROPERTY TO CANTERBURY ROAD; 

2. THAT THE OW^ER OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, ITS ASSIGNS 
AND SUCCESSORS, SHALL BE PERMITTED TO USE SAID PROPERTY 
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE PURPOSE OF A SINGLE LEVEL, UNROOFED, 
PAVED OFF-STREET PARKING AREA AS SHOWN ON THE APPROVED 
PLAT FILED WITH THE BUILDING PERMIT; 

3. THAT THE OWTMER OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, ITS ASSIGNS 
AND SUCCESSORS SHALL NOT ERECT, CONSTRUCT OR POSITION. OR 
CAUSE TO BE ERECTED, CONSTRUCTED OR POSITIONED, UPON THE 
SUBJECT PROPERTY ANY BUILDING, TRAILER, PARKING GARAGE 
OR ANY OTHER STRUCTURE, SAID CONDITION GOVERNING ALL THE 
PROPERTY BEING DEPICTED ON THE APPROVED PLAT FILED WITH 
THE BUILDING PERMIT; 

4. That the lot shall be used primarily for monthly parking by tenants of the 
said Company. Approximately 85% of the parking spaces created by the 
ordinance shall be allotted to said monthly parking. After satisfaction of the 
needs of the Company's tenants, parking spaces may be made available to 
neighborhood residents on a monthly basis:; 



ORDINANCES 145 

5. THAT THE OWNER OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, ITS ASSIGNS 
AND SUCCESSORS, SHALL MAINTAIN THE SUBJECT PROPERTY AT 
ALL TIMES, INCLUDING BUT NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO THE 
PROMPT CLEARING OF SNOW, TRASH AND DEBRIS OF ANY DESCRIP- 
TION, THE PAINTING AND REPAINTING OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC 
PATTERN MARKINGS, THE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT OF ALL 
LIGHTING FIXTURES, BULBS AND ALL OTHER ELECTRICAL AND 
MECHANICAL DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT, THE RAKING, MULCHING, 
RESEEDING OR RESODDING. AND PRUNING WHEN NECESSARY, OF 
ALL GRASS COVERED AREAS AND ALL AREAS WITH TREES, AND 
SHRUBBERY; 

6. THAT THE OWNER, ITS ASSIGNS AND SUCCESSORS, SHALL CON- 
TROL THE INGRESS AND EGRESS TO THE PARKING LOT BY A CARD 
INSERT OR SIMILAR MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL BARRIER 
SYSTEM AND, AT SUCH TIMES WHEN IN THE OWNER'S SOLE DISCRE- 
TION THE TRAFFIC USE OF SAID LOT REQUIRES, BY AN ATTENDANT 
UNDER SUPERVISION OF THE OWNER; 

7. THAT IN SEEKING THE ISSUANCE OF A BUILDING PERMIT THAT 
WOULD AUTHORIZE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SINGLE LEVEL, 
UNROOFED. PAVED OFF-STREET PARKING LOT, THE OWNER SHALL 
SUBMIT A PLAT WHICH CLEARLY DELINEATES THE LOCATION AND 
DESCRIPTION OF TREES AND SHRUBBERY ON THE PARKING LOT 
AND THE LOCATIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS OF LIGHTING FIXTURES 
TO BE PLACED ON THE PARKING LOT; AND 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

SEC. 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THE CONDITIONS 
SET FORTH HEREINABOVE IN SECTION 1 SHALL BE MANDATORY 
AND NOT MERELY DIRECTORY. 

Sec. 3 4. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on 
the 30th day from the date of its enactment. 

Approvi',! March 27. l^JS;') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFKK. Maij„r. 



146 • ORDINANCES Ord. No. 331 

No. 330 
(Council No. 571) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

STREET ENCROACHMENT- 1900, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908, 1910, 1912, 
1914, 1916, AND 1918 ORLEANS STREET 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the construction and maintenance of masonry 
steps projecting 4 feet into the public right of way on the even side of the 1900 
block of Orleans Street. 

BY authority 

Article 32 -Building Code of Baltimore City 

Section 310.2 

Building Code of Baltimore City (1982 Edition and Supplement) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor ayid City Council of Baltimore, That 
the construction and maintenance of masonry steps is hereby authorized in front 
of the properties generally known as 1900, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908, 1910, 1912, 
1914, 1916 and 1918 Orleans Street. There shall be 5 steps, each one serving 2 
entrances, extending 4 feet out from the front of each building and each set of 
steps shall be 13 to 15 feet in width. Plans for the steps were prepared by Donald 
B. Ratcliffe, AIA, Associates, Incorporated and are on file with NPA/HCD for 
building permit. Except as specifically provided, all ordinances and rules and 
regulations of the Mayor and City Council shall be complied with in the construc- 
tion and use of said structures. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Ai)i)n)ve(l .March 27, UKSf) 



W ILLIA.M DO.NALl) SCIIAKFEK. M<n 



No. 331 
(Council No. r)S()) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING-1701 E. NORTH AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of changing the zoning for the property known as 1701 
E. North Avenue from the R-7 Zoning District to the ft-9 R-8 Zoning District 
as outlined in red on the AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 47 



ORDINANCES 147 

Article 30 -Zoning 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sheet No. 47 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning" be and it is hereby 
an^ended by changing from the R-7 Zoning District to the ft-9 R-8 Zoning District 
the property known as 1701 E. North Avenue as outlined in red on the 
AMENDED plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. A)id be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall, then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 



Approved March 27. li»85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor 



No. 332 
(Council No. (i02) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION-CONVENTION COMPLEX 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary U)an fund appropriation in the 
amount of Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) to the 
Convention Complex lo be used for renovation anil modernization of the 
Kailiniore Civic Center. 

BY authority of 

Article \'I-Boanl i.f E^tinuites 

Section 2(Iih3) 

Baltimore City Charter ( IlMU Revision as amended) 

\Viiki:kas. the Mayor and Cily Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
titui III of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by Cily Ordinance 126 approved June 27. 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 0, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to e.xceeii Two Milli(.n Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) and to 



148 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 332 

issue and sell certificates of indebtedness for tlie uses and purposes set forlli in 
said Resolution and Ordinance; and 

WUKKEAS, the money appropriated herein represents the proceeds of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for tiie 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Convention Complex pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, 
Section 2(h)(3) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whekkas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hM3) of said Charter; and 

Whkkeas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordinance herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 19th day of December, 1984, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Skction 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Bait i more, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Two Million Five Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) shall be made available to the Convention Com- 
plex of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropriation for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of renovation and moderniza- 
tion of the Baltimore Civic Center. The amount thus made available as a sup- 
plementary loan fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived 
from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of 
Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount 
from this source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates 
in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal 
year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan 
fund appropriation, as recjuired by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

St:c. 2. And be it farther ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its pas.^age. 

Approve.! Miuvh 27, 19S5 

W ILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFKR. M<nr'r. 



ORDINANCES 149 

No. 333 

(Council No. (U)3) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUFPLEiMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of provi(,ling a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) to the Department of Public 
Works to be used for reliabilitating public streets and avenues located in 
Baltimore City. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (19G4 Revision as amended) 

Wmkkeas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion XII of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 117 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and to issue and sell certificates 
of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution and 
Ordinance; and 

WnKKEAS, the mcniey appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the bu<lget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of 
Article \'I, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City Charter (19G4 Revision as 
amended); and 

WnKKKAS, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Onlinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in acconlance with Article VI, 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

WiiKKKAS, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been maile at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 19th 
day of December. 1984, ail in accordance with Article \'I, Secliijn 2(hX3) of the 
Baltimore Ciiy Charier (19()4 Revision as amended). 

St:rii(ix 1. Bf it onldiind by the Muyitr lutd City Couitcil of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article \'I, Section 2(hX3) of the 19(54 revision of the 
Charier of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Five Million Dollars 
($5.()()().()()0) shall be ma.le available to the Department of Public Works of the 
Ciiy ol' Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropriation for the fiscal year 
entling June 30, 1985, for the purpose of rehabilitating public streets and 



150 ORDINANCES . Ord. No. 333 

avenues located in Baltimore City, provided that said streets and avenues shall 
consist of the following named projects: 

Cliftmont Avenue (Belair Road to Edison Highway) $435,000 

Hudson Street (Ogden Street to O'Donnell Street) 163,000 

Savage Street (Foster Avenue to Eastern Avenue) 109,000 

Tolna Street (Hudson Street to Eastern Avenue) 54,00U 

2yth Street (Hillen Road to Kirk Avenue) (J52,000 

Cecil Avenue (North Avenue to Curtain Avenue) 163,000 

Dumbarton Avenue (Old York Road to Elkader Road) 109,000 

Eikader Road (Argonne Drive to Cator Avenue) 27,000 

Willshire Avenue (Greenhill Avenue to Belair Road) 326,000 

Barbara Avenue (Frankford Avenue to Dead E nd) 326,000 

Idaho Avenue (Belair Road to Hilltop Avenue) 217,500 

Carey Street (Lafayette Avenue to Franklin Street) 217,500 

Hilton Street (Sequoia Avenue to Wabash Avenue) 174,000 

Hilton Street (Belmont Avenue to Westmount Avenue) 43,000 

Winchester Street (Braddish Avenue to Poplar Grove Street) 109,000 

Schroeder Street (Franklin Street to Edmondson Avenue) 54,UO0 

Belle Avenue (iMilford Avenue to Gwynn Oak Avenue) 82,000 

Ayrdale Avenue (Seijuoia Avenue to Boarman Avenue) 380,500 

Lyndhurst Avenue (Duval Avenue to Mondawmin Avenue) 380,500 

Nieman Avenue (Patapsco Avenue to Gable Avenue) 217,000 

Stockholm Street (Warner Street to Sharp Street) 435,000 

Spence Street (Herkimer Street to Grove Street) 326,000 

The amount thus made available as a supplementary loan fund appropriation 
shall be expended from revenue derived from the issuance of certificates of in- 
debtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, 
said amount being in excess of the amount from this source which was estimated 
or relied upon by the B(»ard of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to 
balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source of 
revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropriatitm, as retjuired by Article 
VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further i>rdtunei{, That this ordinance shall take effect frt»m 
the date of its passage. 

Approved .March 27, 1985 

WILLIA.M DONALD SCHAKFLIi. M>i>inr. 



ORDINANCES 151 

No. 334 
(Council No. 604) 

AN ORDINANCE cunceniinb^ 

SUPFLEiMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($750,000) to the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development to be used for construction of a 
Civic Center Plaza. 

BY iiuthority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2()iX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1^64 Revision as amended) 

Whekeas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Miilit^n Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance: and 

Wheke.as, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Boanl of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

WiitiKHAS, the sum apj^roprialed herein is for a new progi-am which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 198n fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hK3) of said Charter; and 

\Vhki;kas. tlie supplemt'inary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended i(t the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
rectjmmendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 19lh day of December. 1984. all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Ski iio.N 1. Bi it unlnimil by the Muyor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article \'I, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charier of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Seven Hundred Fifty Thou- 
sand Dollars ($750,000) shall l)e made available to the Department of Housing 
and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan 
fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of 



152 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 334 

conslruction of a Civic Center Plaza. The amount thus made available as a sup- 
plementary loan fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived 
from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of 
Baltimore City on November (i, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount 
from this source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates 
in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal 
year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan 
fund appropriation, as reijuired by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City 
Charter (li)64 Revision as amended). 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordahwd, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approvtnl March 27. \':iSi^ 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Ma,/,n: 



No. 385 
(Council No. (i()5) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION -PARKING FACILITY TO BE 
LOCATED ON AND BETWEEN PIERS 5 AND 6 IN THE INNER HARBOR 

FOR the purjKise of providing a supplementary special fund appropriation in the 
maximum amount of Five Million Dollars ($5,00(),()()U) to the Off-Street Park- 
ing Commission to be used for the purpose of establishing, constructing, erect- 
ing, altering, expanding, enlarging, improving, equipping, repairing, main- 
taining, operating, controlling and regulating off-street parking facilities to be 
located on and between Piers 5 and 6 in the Inner Harbor in Baltimore City. 

BY authority of 

Aiticle \'I- Board i»f Estimates 

Secti(jn 2(hK3) 

Baltimore City Charter (li)64 Revision, as amended) 

RECITALS 

Article Xl-C\ Section 3. of the Constitution of the Slate of xMaryland. Article 11. 
subsection (2uhc). of the Charier of Baltimore City, 1964 Revision, as amended, 
and Bill No. U>02 (Ordinance No. 998), passed by the City Council on June 3U, 
1983 and approved by the May»)r on June 30, 1983. as amended (the 
■"Ordinance'"), provide for the issuance from time to time by Ma.Nor and City 
Council of Baltimore (the "City") of its revenue bontls. notes or other obligations 
(including bond anticipation notes) in an aggregate principal amount set fitrth in 
the ( )i-tlinance for the pur|)ose of proviiiing off-street paiking lacililies within the 
geogi-aphical limits of the City. 



ORDINANCES 153 

Tlie money appropriated by this Ordinance represents tlie proceeds from the 
sale of a series of such bonds, notes or other obligations (the "Bonds") in the max- 
imum principal amount of $5,000,000. 

The sum appropriated by this Ordinance is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3), of said Charter. 

The supplementary special fund appropriation made available by this 
Ordinance has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates 
at a regular meeting of said Board HELD ON THE 9TH DAY OF JANUARY, 
1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3), of the Baltimore City 
Charter (19()4 Revision, as amended). 

Se( HON 1. Be it onluiiit'd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That, 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3), of the 1964 Revision of the 
Charier of Baltimore City, the sum of up to Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) 
shall be made available to the Off-Street Parking Commission of the City of 
Baltimore as a supplementary special fund appropriation for the fiscal year end- 
ing June 30, 1985 for the purpose of establishing, constructing, erecting, alter- 
ing, expanding, enlarging, improving, equipping, repairing, maintaining, 
operating, controlling and regulating certain off-street parking facilities to be 
located on and between Piers 5 and 6 in the Inner Harbor in Baltimore City and 
consisting (by way of general description and not limitation) of a multi-level park- 
ing facility containing approximately 500 parking spaces, including (without 
limitation) any interests in land necessary or desirable for such facility (the 
'Facilities"). The exact amount to be made available to the Off-Street Parking 
Commission pursuant to this Ordinance shall be equal to the aggregate principal 
amount of the Bonds issued by the City, acting through the Board of Finance in 
accordance with the Ordinance, in order to finance the Facilities and provide for 
such other costs in connection with the Facilities or the issuance, sale and 
delivery of the Bonds as the Board of Finance may determine in accordance with 
the Ordinance. The amount thus made available as a supplementary special fund 
appropriation shall be expended from the proceeds of the sale of the Bonds 
received by the City on the date of issuance of the Bonds; and said amount shall 
be the source of revenue for the supplementary special fund appropriation, as re- 
quired by Article \'l. Section 2, of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as 
amendetl). 

Skc . 2. And he it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the dale of its pas.sage. 

.Approved March 27. r.»h5 

WILLIAM DONALD SCliALFLR. Mayor. 



154 



ORDINANCES 



Orel. No. 336 



No. 33(; 

(Couik-il No. (i2;i) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND PARKS 

FOR tiie purpose of providing a supplementary general fund appropriation in the 
amount of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) to the Department of 
Recreation and Parks to be used for modernization and refurbishing of the 
Baltimore Orioles Administrative offices, clubhouse, ticket facilities and an- 
cillary areas located in Baltimore Memorial Stadium. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hK3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheklas, the money appropriated herein represents surplus general funds 
arising in the preceding fiscal year which became a part of the general revenue of 
the City in excess of the amount estimated and relied upon by the Bt)ard of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to l)alance the budget for the cur- 
rent fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for general expenditures of 
the City in the current fiscal year, as provided in Article VI. Section 2(i) of the 
liM)4 revised Charter of Baltimore City, as amended; and 

WntkK.AS, the additional sum herein appropriated is for a new program which 
could not reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed 
Ordinance of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article \T, 
Section 2(h)(3) oi said Charter; and 

WntKtAS, the su|>plemeniary general fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the liHh 
day of December, PJ84. and all in accordance with Article \T, Section 2(hK3) of 
said Charier. 



StiTlct.N 1. Bi it (irdniiinl III/ On' Mmjiu- and C'ltij CuuncU <>/ Bult iiitiuf. That 
under the provisions of Article \T, Section 2(hH3) of the li>64 revision of the 
Oiarter o( Baltimore City as amended, the sum oi Five Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($500,000) shall be made available to the Department of Recreation and 
Parks of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund appropriali«in for 
the fiscal year ending June 30. 1085. t\)r the purpose of modernization and refur- 
bishing of the Baltimore Orioles admini--.trative offices. clublu)U^e. ticket 
facilities and ancillary areas located in Baltimore Memorial Stadium. The amount 
thus made available as a supplementary general fund appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from surplus general funds of the Mayor and City (.'ouncil of Baltimore 
carried («\ei from the preceding budget year; anil said funds fr<»m the said 
surplus shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary general hnul ap- 



ORDINANCES 155 

propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Cliarter 
(1964 Revision as aniendetl). 

Sec . 2. And be it fart fur ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved March 27. VJ6i 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. il/(i*/or. 



No. 337 
(Council No. (i32) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION- DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING 
AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund appropriation in 
the amount of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000) to the Department 
of Housing and Community Development to be used for sub-surface repairs to 
the foundation structure (jf Hopkins Plaza. 

BY autlu)rity of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2thK3) 

Baltimore City Charier (PJU4 Revision as amended) 

WntKtAS, the money appropriated herein represents surplus general funds 
arising in the preceding fiscal year which became a part of the general revenue of 
the City in excess of the amount estimated and relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the ta.\ levy required to balance the budget for the cur- 
rent fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for general expenditures of 
the City in the current fiscal year, as provided in Article VI, Section 2(i) of the 
l'.M)4 revised Charter of Baltimore City, as amended; and 

WnKKKAS, the additional sum herein appropriated is for a new program which 
ci.uld not reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed 
Ordinance of Estimates for the 11)85 fiscal year, in accordance with Article \\, 
Section 2(hK3) of said Charier; and 

WuKKKAS, the supplementary general fund aj)propriation onlained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the PJth 
day of December, PJ84, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of said 
Charter. 

Stri.oN 1. Be it onliiiited by the Mnyor and City Conned of Baltimore. That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2 (hK3) of the PJ(J4 revision of the 
Charter oi Baltimore (Mly as amended, the sum of Three Hundred Thousand 



156 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 338 

Dollars ($300,000) sliall be made available to the Department of Housing and 
Community Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general 
fund a}»propriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of 
sub-surface repairs to the foundation structure of Hopkins Plaza. The amount 
thus maiie available as a supplementary general fund appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from surplus general funds of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
carried over from the preceding budget year; and said funds from the said 
surplus shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary geiieral fund ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(li)64 Revision as amended). 

Stc. 2. And be it further ordni)ii'd. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
tile date of its passage. 



Approved March 27, liJSf) 



WILLIAM DONALD SCTIALFLR. M<i,i< 



No. 33S 
(Council No. «)nr)) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



PARKING- RESERVED 
DRUID HILL AVENUE 

FOR llic purpo.^e of i)rovi(ling for reserved parking on the west side of Druid Hill 
Avt'iuie near Retreat Street, for Sally Douglas. 

St;c Ti(»N 1. Be it urddiiii'd by the M(tyor atul City Cuimeit o/Bultinture. That on 
Druid Hill Avenue, \ve:jt side, from a point 104' north of Retreat Street to a {)oint 
12*)' north of Retreat Street, parking is reserveil for Sally Douglas, displaying a 
Itermii. 

Ski . 2. Ai(({ be it further iirdniiuit. That this ordinance shall lake effect on the 
dale of il^ enactineni. 

Approved Marcii 27. li)^^) 

W ILLIA.M DONALD SCHALrKR. .\hninr. 



ORDINANCES 157 

No. 339 

(Council No. (559) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
KENWOOD AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the west side of 
N. Kenwood Avenue, for Katie Brace. 

Section I. Be it urdmned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, Tliat on 
the west side of N. Kenwood Avenue, from a point 63' south of Federal Street to 
a point 85' south of Federal Street, parking is reserved for Katie Brace, dis- 
playing a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved March 27, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCllAEFER. Mayor 



No. 340 
(Council No. ()4-l) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purposes of providing a supplementary special fund appropriation in the 
amount of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) to the Department of 
Housing and Community Development to be used for the partial funding of the 
termination of the current development of Coldspring Newtown including the 
purchase of the exclusive development rights of the current developer and the 
reinU)ursement of expenses incurred by the Tmstees for City Loan and 
Guarantee Program is connection with Coldspring. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hKl) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WnKKK.\s, the money appropriated herein represents revenue from Urban 
Development Action Grant repayments in excess of the revenue estimated and 
relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to 
balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 



158 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 341 

suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hKl) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (19G4 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the supplementary special fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 6th 
day of February, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hXl) of said 
Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hXl) of the 1964 Revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Five Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($500,000) shall be made available to the Department of Housing and 
Community Development as a supplementary special fund appropriation for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1985 for the purpose of the partial funding of the ter- 
mination of the current development of Coldspring Newtown including the pur- 
chase of the exclusive development rights of the current developer and the reim- 
bursement of expenses incurred by the Trustees for City Loan and Guarantee 
Program in connection with Coldspring. The amount thus made available as a 
supplementary special fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue de- 
rived from Urban Development Action Grant repayments in excess of the 
amount from this source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 
1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said Urban Development Action Grant 
repayments shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary special fund 
appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2(hXl) of the 1964 revised 
Charter of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved April 2. 19.s.') 



WILI.IA.M DO.XALI) SCllAKFKK. .1/m//..,-. 



Nu. 341 
(Cuuiu-il No. til.")) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purposes of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of One Million Nine Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,900,000) to the 
Department of Housing and Community Development to be used for the par- 
tial funding of the termination of the current <ievelopment of Coldspring 
Newlown including the purchase of the exclusive development rights of the 



ORDINANCES 159 

current developer and the reimbursement of expenses incurred by the 
Trustees for City Loan and Guarantee Program in connection with Coldspr- 
ing- 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by Ordinance 98 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratification of 
the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount not to ex- 
ceed Nine Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($9,500,000) and to issue and 
sell cei-tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said 
Resolution and Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the suj)plementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 6lh day of February, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordui)ied by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Million Nine Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($1,900,000) shall be made available to the Department of 
Housing and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplemen- 
tary loan fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the par- 
tial funding of the termination of the current development of Coldspring 
iNewtcns n including the purchase of the exclusive development rights of the cur- 
rent developer and the reimbursement of expenses incurred by the Trustees for 
City Loan and Guarantee Program in connection with Coldspring. The amount 
thus made available as a su[)plementary loan fund apj)ropriation shall be ex- 
pended from revenue derived from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness as 
authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, said amount be- 
ing in excess of the amount fron^ this source which was estimated and relied upon 
by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the 



KiO ORDINANCES Ord. No. 342 

budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for 
this supplementary loan fund appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 
of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended.) 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



.Apjiiovrd .April S. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCllALFKK. M,im>r. 



No. 342 
(Cduncil Nt». ()i>7) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS- 
DUKE ASSOCIATES PROJECT FACILITY 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and empowering the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time, and in one or 
more series, as limited obligations of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
and not upon its full faith and credit, its economic develojjment revenue bt)nds, 
in the aggregate principal amount not to exceeii $1,650,000 pursuant to the 
provisions of Sub-section (50) of Article 11 of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision), as amended, for the sole and exclusive purpose of financing 
the costs of the completion by Duke Associates, a Maryland general partner- 
ship, of a certain project in Baltimore City consisting of (a) the acquisition of 
approximately 5.7 acres of land together with any and all improvements ex- 
isting thereon located at 2730 Wilmarco Avenue, (b) the renovation of the 
buildings located on such land, and (c) the purchase and installation of certain 
machinery and useful equipment therein, and to be leased by Continental 
Specialty Foods, Inc. AND BY VARIOUS OTHER TENANTS; authorizing the 
May»>r of the City, on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, to ac- 
cept the letter of intent dated Feltruary 15, 1985 from Duke Associates and Con- 
tinental Specialty Foods, Inc. to the Mayor arui City Council of Bailing »re; mak- 
ing certain legislative findings; authorizing and empowering the Board of 
Finance of the City, by a resolution or resolutions adopted })rior to the issuance, 
sale and delivery of any series of such bonds, to (a) prescribe, among other things 
but not limited tt). the form, terms, provisions, manner or meth(»d t»f issuing aiid 
selling (including negotiated as well as competitive l»id sale), and the time or 
times of issuance, and any and all other details of such bonds, and (b) ilo any and 
all things necessary, projjer or expedient in connection with the issuance and 
sale of such bonds; providing that Duke Associates shall agree to submit any 
plans and specifications to, and to coordinate with, the Neighl)oi-hi>od Pitigress 
Administralion/DIKT) in connection with the i-om|»letion of such pruject; 
providing that such bonds (or bond anticipation n(»ies issued in anticipation of 
the issuance tif such bonds) must be issued and s«»ld within six months from the 



ORDINANCES 161 

date this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor, unless the Board of Finance ap- 
proves one six month extension as provided in this Ordinance; authorizing the 
issuance of notes in anticipation of the issuance of such revenue bonds; and 
generally providing for and determining various matters and details in connec- 
tion with the issuance and sale of such bonds and bond anticipation notes. 

RECITALS 

Sub-section (50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), 
as amended (the "Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the "City") to borrow money to finance undertakings for the ac- 
complishment of any of the purposes, objects and powers of the City and, in con- 
nection therewith, to issue bonds, notes or other obligations (including refunding 
bonds, notes or other obligations), all of which shall be fully negotiable, payable, 
as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) 
the revenues from or arising in connection with the property, facilities, 
developments and improvements whose financing is undertaken by the issuance 
of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (II) the revenues from or arising in con- 
nection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (III) the con- 
tracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the 
proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, or (IV) any combination of (I), 
(II) or (III). The purj)ose, objects and powers of the City contemplated by the 
Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of unemployment in Baltimore 
City, encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore 
City, promoting economic development in Baltimore City, and pronK)ting the 
health, welfare and safely of the residents of Baltimore City. 

The City has received a letter of intent dated February 15, 1985 (the "Letter of 
Intent") from Duke Associates, a Maryland general partnership (the "Borrower") 
and Continental Specially Foods, Inc., a Maryland corporation (the "Project 
User"), pursuant U) which the Borrower has requested the City to participate in 
the financing of the costs of the completion by the Borrower of a certain project 
in Baltimore City. Maryland (the "Project"), by issuing and selling the City's 
economic devek)pment revenue bonds in the aggregate principal amount not to 
exceed $1,650,000 (the "Bonds"), and by making the proceeds of the Bonds 
available to the Borrower to be used by the Borrower for the sole and exclusive 
purpose of financing the costs of the completion of the Project by the Borrower. 

The Letter of Intent expresses the Borrower's intention that the interest 
payable on such bonds shall be exempt from federal income taxation jjursuant to 
Section 103(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended (the "Code"). 
The Borrower acknowleiiges in the Letter of Intent that Section 103(n) of the 
Code, imposes a volume limitation on the dollar amount of Private Activity 
Bonds (as defined therein) which may be issued by any state, its agencies and 
political subdivisions. The Borrower further acknowledges (i) that Section 103(n) 
of the code provides a formula for the allocation of the state volume limitation 
but that each state by law enacted, and the Governor of each state on an interim 
basis, has the auth(»rily to provide a different formula for the allocation of such 
volume limitati(»n. and (ii) that the Bonds will be subject to the City's volume cap. 



162 ' ORDINANCES Ord. No. 342 

In addition, the Letter of Intent contains an acknowledgement by the Borrower 
that the City reserves certain rights concerning the issuance of such bonds as 
provided in Section 4 hereof. 

The Project, which is an "undertaking" which will accomplish the purposes, ob- 
jects and powers of the City as mentioned in the Enabling Law, will consist 
generally of (a) the acquisition of approximately 5.7 acres of land (the "Land") 
together with any and all improvements existing thereon located at 2730 
Wilmarco Avenue in Baltimore City (the "Building"), (b) the renovation of the 
Building, (c) the purchase and installation of certain necessary or useful equip- 
ment and machinery in connection with the operation of the Project User's 
business (the "Equipment") and (d) the acquisition of such other interests and 
land as may be necessary or suitable for the foregoing, including roads and rights 
of access, utilities and other necessary site preparation facilities. Upon comple- 
tion, the Project will be owned by the Borrower. 

The Enabling Law^ provides that the City may authorize and empower the 
Boai'd of Finance of the City (the "Board") by resolution to determine and set 
forth the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and selling (in- 
cluding negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or times of is- 
suance, and any and all other details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale 
thereof, and to do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection 
with the issuance and sale of the Bonds. 

NOW, THEREFORE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

Section L Be it ordained by Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That acting 
pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as f(jllows; 

(1) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to make the proceeds thereof available to the Borrower for the sole 
and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of completion of the Project will 
facilitate and expedite the completion of the Project by the Borrower. 

(2) The completion of the Project by the Borrower and the financing of the 
costs of such completion as provided in this Ordinance will serve to promote the 
general purposes contemplated by the Enabling Law by (a) sustaining jobs and 
employment in Baltimore City; (b) promoting economic development in 
Baltimore City; (c) encouraging the increase of industry antl a balanced economy 
in Baltimore City; and (d) assisting in the retention of an existing company in the 
City. 

(3) Any and all of the Bonds shall not be general obligations of the City and 
shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or the taxing power of the 
City, and shall not constitute a debt of the City, all within the meaning oi Section 
7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or within the meaning of any 
other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or restricting the 
sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. All of the B(»nds 
shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully negotiable, payable, as 
to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) the 
revenues from or arising in connection with the Project, (II) the revenues from or 



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arising in connection with any contracts, nnortgages or other securities pur- 
chased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds, (III) the contracts, 
mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds 
of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or (III), all as the Board may ap- 
prove by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the City is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, its 
economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount not to 
exceed $1,650,000, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The proceeds of 
the Bonds will be made available to the Borrower under terms and conditions ap- 
proved by the Board and set forth in a Resolution, and used by the Borrower for 
the sole and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion of the 
Project. 

Slc. 3. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance constitutes the present 
intent of the City to issue the Bonds, and the Mayor of the City is hereby 
authorized to accept the Letter of Intent on behalf of the City in order to further 
evidence the present intent of the City to issue the Bonds in accordance with the 
terms and provisions (jf this Ordinance. The City intends that the enactment of 
this Ordinance shall be and constitute "official action" within the meaning of Sec- 
tion 1.103-8(aX5) of the Income Tax Regulations prescribed by the United States 
Department of Treasui^ pursuant to Section 103 of the Code. The City and the 
Borrower contemplate that, upon the effectiveness of this Ordinance, the Bor- 
rower may commence the acquisition of the Project prior to the issuance, sale 
and delivery of the Bonds; j)rovided, however, that if the Borrower proceeds 
with the acquisition of the Project prior to the adoption of a resolution by the 
Board, as described in Section 5(a) below, the Borrower does so at its own risk. 

Sti . 4. .4>a/ be it furtfur ordained. That the City reserves the right, in its sole 
and abst)lute discretion, to lake any actions deemed necessary by the City in 
order to ensure that the City (a) complies with present federal and State laws 
which may restrict the issuance of industrial development bonds (including, 
without limitation, Section l()3(n) of the Code), and (b) issues its bonds (within 
the meaning of the Enabling Law, Section 103(n) of the Code, and any present or 
future State and local laws), within the limits imposed by any such laws, to 
finance those facilities which the City determines, in its sole and absolute discre- 
tion, will provide the greatest benefit to the City. 

In addition, in the event that any present law or any pending or future legisla- 
tion limits or would limit (by a volume limitation or otherwise) the City's ability to 
issue tax-exempt Private Activity Bonds, the City reserves the right io choose to 
issue its bonds (within the meaning of the Enabling Law and any present or 
future State and local laws) for facilities other than the Project, in such order of 
priority as it may determine in its sole and absolute discretion. 

Pursuant to the provisi(»ns of this Section 4, the City reserves the right, in its 
S(»le and absolute discretion, to. among other things, (1) never issue the Bonds, (li) 



1G4 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 342 

issue only a portion of the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds requested by 
tlie AppHcant, (3) restrict the use of the proceeds of the Bonds, (4) delay in- 
definitely the issuance of the Bonds, or (5) take any other actiuns deemed 
necessary by the City, in its sole and absolute discretion, in order to insure that 
the City achieves the goals set forth in the preceding paragrah. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That, as permitted by the Enabling Law, 
the Board is hereby authorized and empowered, by a resolution or resolutions 
adopted prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of the Bonds; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale thereof; i 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of the Bonds; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed anddelivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of the Bonds \\ill be made available to the Borrower to finance the costs of 
the completion of the Project; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds. 

Skc. 6. And be it further ordained, That any and all of the Bonds shall not be 
general obligations of the City and shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith 
and credit or the taxing power of the City, and shall not constitute a debt of the 
City, all within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of 
Maryland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or 
restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. 
All of the Bonds shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully 
negotiable, payable, as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured 
solely by a pledge of (I) the revenues from or arising in connection with the Proj- 
ect, (II) the revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages 
or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the 
Bonds, (III) the contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or 
(III), all as the Board may approve by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to 
the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds. I 

i 
Sec. 7. .4/((/ be it further ordai)ied, That the Borrower shall agrt-e that: | 



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(a) it will submit any plans and specifications for the Project to the 
Neighborhood Progress Adniinistration/DHCD for approval, and that the 
Neighborhood Progress AdministrationyDHCD may refuse approval of any plans 
and specifications for aesthetic or functional reasons; and 

(b) it and its developers will work with the design advisory gi'oup appointed by 
the Neighborhood Progress Administration/DHCD in order to achieve high quali- 
ty site, building* and landscape design. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That any and all of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and by the Director of Finance of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal, by his manual or facsimile signature, provided that at 
least one signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds is manually 
subscribed. If the Bonds are required to be manually subscribed by a trustee, is- 
suing agent, fiscal agent, registrar or other agent or custodian, any other 
signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds is manually sub- 
scribed. Any trust agreement or other documents as the Board shall deem 
necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal by his manual signature. In case any officer whose 
signature or a facsimile of whose signature shall appear on the Bonds or any of 
the aforesaid documents shall cease to be such officer before the delivery of the 
Bonds or any of the other aforesaid documents, such signature or such facsimile 
shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same as if such of- 
ficer had remained in office until delivery. The Mayor of the City, the Director of 
Finance of the City, the C'ustodian of the City Seal and other officials of the City 
are hereby authorized and empowered to do all such acts and things and execute 
such documents and certificates as the Board may determine by resolution to be 
necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions thereof. 

Sec. y. And be it further ordained. That any and all necessary financing 
statements recjuired for the consummation of the transactions authorized by this 
Ordinance may be executed on behalf of the City by the Mayor of the City or by 
the Chief, Bureau of Treasury Management of the City or by such other ap- 
propriate official of the City as may be designated by the Mayor of the City to ex- 
ecute such financing statements. 

Sue. 10. ,4/((/ be it further tndiiined. That the authority to issue the Bonds is in- 
tended and shall be deemed to include the authority to issue bond anticipation 
notes pursuant to Section 12 of Article 31 of the Aiuiotated Code of Maryland 
(1^76 Replacement \'olume and 11)83 Cumulative Supplement), as amended (the 
"Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation"). Reference in this Ordinance to 
the 'Bonds" shall include such bond anticipation notes where appropriate. Prior 
to the issuance, sale and delivery of any series of bond anticipation notes, the 
Board shall adopt a resolution or resolutions to: 



166 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 342 

(a) approve the issuance of such bond anticipation notes; 

(h) prescribe, among other tilings but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of such bond anticipation notes and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a tmst agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of such bond anticipation notes; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of such bond antici{)ation notes will be made available to the Borrower to 
finance the costs of the completion of the Project; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of such bond anticipation notes. 

In accordance with the Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation, the City 
hereby covenants to pay any bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Sec- 
tion of this Ordinance and the interest thereon from the proceeds of the Bonds in 
anticipation of the sale of which such notes are issued, and the City hereby fur- 
ther covenants to issue such Bonds, as the case may be, when, and as soon as, the 
reason for tleferring the issuance of the Bonds no longer exists. The timely is- 
suance of such Bonds, however, is dependent upon matters not within the control 
of the City, including (without limitation) the existence of a purchaser oi- pur- 
chasers for such Bonds at the lime the reason for deferring the issuance of the 
Bonds no Umger exists and the effectiveness of various actions taken by the B(tr- 
rower, its officers, agents and employees. 

Si:c. 1 1. .-1/m/ be it Inrtlwr ordniunl. That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or |iart hereof is held il- 
kgal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances, 
siieh illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, oi- niapplicabilily shall not affect 
uv impair any of the remaining provisions, senieiKL*s. clauses, sections or parts of 
this Ordinance or their apjtlication toother persons or circumstances. It is luMvby 
ilcclared l<t be the legislative intent that this Onlinance uoultl have been pas.-t.-d 
if such illegal, invalid or uui-onsliiutional provi.-^ion. .-enieiuc. clause, section «»|- 
pari had nol been included herein, an*! if the pei>on or circunislaiues lo which 
tins ( )rdiiKmce or an\ part hereof are inapplicable had been >pecificall\ exeniple.l 
lierefroUi. 

Si.( . 1::..1/m/ /.. il hd-thi r..rJn>ni>l. That eilhei- ilu' lloi,.!- or l„,iid anlicipal ion 
Hot. > i-Mied piiisiiaiil lo .srciion |(i ol' llii.- Ordinance in aiilicipaliou .,|' ihe i.-- 
.<uaiice .i|' ihe Hori(|.< ii,u.-i be i.-Mkd and .-old v. ilhin ^i.\ iiioi,ih.- iVoin ihe dale oii 
u hich ila.- ( >rdiiiaiii-e i.- appioM-d l.\ ihe .Ma\o|- m1 ihe l'ii\ : pro\ i.Kd. ho\'.,\,-r. 



ORDINANCES 167 

that the Board, after a shcnving of good cause at a public hearing held before the 
Board prior to or after the expiration of such six month period, may extend the 
period during which either the Bonds or such bond anticipation notes may be 
issued and sold for one additional term not to exceed six months from the date on 
which the first six month period expired. The Board, in its sole discretion, and 
without action by the City Council, shall determine the sufficiency, or lack 
thereof, of the reasons presented for any requested extension of the six month 
period. If an extension is granted, notice of such extension and the reasons 
therefor must be sent to the City Council. To the extent that neither the Bonds 
nor such bond anticipation notes are issued and sold within twelve months from 
the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City, the 
authority provided in this Ordinance for the City to issue and sell the Bonds and 
such bond anticipation notes shall expire. 

Sec. \3.And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Sec. 14. And be it further ordained, That as required by Section 103(nX12XA) 
of the Code, the City Council of the City, by its passage of this Ordinance and the 
Mayor of the City, by his approval of this Ordinance, hereby collectively certify 
under penalty of perjury that any allocation by the City of any State volume 
limitation on the aggregate amount of "private activity bonds" (as defined in the 
Code) which can be issued by the State, its agencies and political subdivisions, 
established pursuant to Section 103(n) of the Code, was not made in considera- 
tion of any bribe, gift, gratuity or direct or indirect contribution to any political 
campaign. 



Appntved April i>. li>85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFKR. Matjo 



X.). 343 
(Council No. 418) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS FOR WATER PROJECTS 

FOR the purpose of increasing the maximum aggregate principal amount of 
Revenue Obligations authorized to be issued by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore pursuant to Ordinance No. 866 (Bill No. 1323) of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore (approved and effective January 14, 1983) from not ex- 
ceeding Eighteen Million Dollars ($18,000,000) to not exceeding Thirty Million 
Dollars ($30,000,000). 

BY amending paragraph (A) of Section 2 of Ordinance No. 866 (Bill No. 1323) 
ot the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (approved and effective on Janu- 
ary 14, 1983). 



168 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 343 

RECITALS 

Ordinance No. 866 (Bill No. 1323) (the "Ordinance") of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore (the "City"), approved by the Mayor of the City and effec- 
tive January 14, 1983, authorizes the issuance frona time to time by the City of its 
Revenue Obhgations (as defined in the Ordinance) (the "Revenue Obligations") in 
order to finance Water Facilities (as defined in the Ordinance) (the "Water 
Facilities") to be located within the geographical limits of the City. 

Because of certain events that have occurred since the passage of the 
Ordinance which affect the aggregate principal amount of Revenue Obligations 
which may be required to be issued by the City in order to finance Water 
Facilities, including (without limitation) an increase in the number of Water 
Facilities which the City may desire to finance with the proceeds of the sale of 
Revenue Obligations, the City wishes to enact this supplemental ordinance to in- 
crease to Thirty Million Dollars ($30,000,000) the aggregate principal amount of 
its Revenue Obligations that may be issued under the Ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That, 
paragraph (A) of Section 2 of Ordinance No. 866 (Bill No. 1323) of the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, approved and effective January 14, 1983, be and 
hereby is amended, to read as follows: 

"(A) The issuance, sale and delivery of an aggregate principal amount of 
Revenue Obligations which, when issued, will result in receipt by the City (in- 
clusive of Costs of Issuance, as defined herein) of not exceeding (eighteen million 
dollars ($18,000,000)] thirty million dollars ($30,000,000) is hereby authorized 
for the general public purposes of financing the cost of the Financed Facilities 
and repaying the City for amounts expended on Financed Facilities in anticipa- 
tion of the issuance of the Revenue Obligations. This maximum amount may con- 
sist of (i) Revenue Notes, (ii) Revenue Bonds, (iii) Refunding Revenue Notes, (iv) 
Refunding Revenue Bonds, or (v) any combination of items (i) to (iv) above. Any 
Refunding Obligations issued hereunder to refund any Revenue Obligations 
previously issued hereunder shall replace that portion of the authorized amount 
of Revenue Obligations previously issued and shall not be deemed to reduce the 
maximum authorized amount of Revenue Obligations permitted to be issued 
hereunder." 

Skc. 2. Be it further ordained, That Ordinance No. 866 (Bill No. 1323) of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, approved and effective January 14, 1983, 
els amended by this ordinance, shall remain in full force and effect. 

Sec. 3. A)td be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Api.r.>vi-(1 April in. liis:, 

WILLIAM DnNALD SCIJALFLL. .l/./-/"/-. 



ORDINANCES 169 

No. 344 
(Council No. 419) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS FOR 
WASTEWATER PROJECTS 

FOR the purpose of increasing the maximum aggregate principal amount of 
Revenue Obligations authorized to be issued by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore pursuant to Ordinance No. 867 (Bill No. 1324) of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore (approved and effective January 14, 1983) from not ex- 
ceeding Nineteen Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($19,500,000) to not 
exceeding Thirty Million Dollars ($30,000,000). 

BY amending paragraph (A) of Section 2 of Ordinance No. 867 (Bill No. 1324) 
of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (approved and effective on 
January 14, 1983). 

RECITALS 

Ordinance No. 867 (Bill No. 1324) (the "Ordinance") of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore (the "City"), approved by the Mayor of the City and effec- 
tive January' 14, 1983, authorizes the issuance from time to time by the City of its 
Revenue Obligations (as defined in the Ordinance) (the "Revenue Obligations") in 
order to finance Wastewater Facilities (as defined in the Ordinance) (the 
"Wastewater Facilities") to be located within the geographical limits of the City. 

Because of certain events that have occurred since the passage of the 
Ordinance which affect the aggregate principal amount of Revenue Obligations 
which may be required to be issued by the City in order to finance Wastewater 
Facilities, including (without limitation) an increase in the number of 
Wastewater Facilities which the City may desire to finance with the proceeds of 
the sale of Revenue Obligations, the City wishes to enact this supplemental or- 
dinance to increase to Thirty Million Dollars ($30,000,000) the aggregate prin- 
cipal amount of it3 Revenue Obligations that may be issued under the Ordinance. 

Section 1. Be it ordaiued by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That, 
paragraph (A) of Section 2 of Ordinance No. 867 (Bill No. 1324) of the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, approved and effective January 14, 1983, be and 
hereby is amended, to read as follows: 

"(A) The issuance, sale and deliver^' of an aggregate principal amount of 
Revenue Obligations which, when issued, will result in receipt by the City (in- 
clusive of Costs of Issuance, as defined herein) of not exceeding (nineteen million 
five hundred thousand dcillars ($19,500,000)] thirty million dollars (^30.000,000) 
is hereby authorized for the general public purposes of financing the cost of the 
Financed Facilities and repaying the City for amounts expended on Financed 
Facilities in anticipation of the issuance of the Revenue Obligations. This max- 
imum amount may consist of (i) Revenue Notes, (ii) Revenue Bonds, (iii) Refund- 



170 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 345 

ing Revenue Notes, (iv) Refunding Revenue Bonds, or (v) any combination of 
items (i) to (iv) above. Any Refunding Obligations issued hereunder to refund any 
Revenue Obligations previously issued hereunder shall replace that portion of 
the authorized amount of Revenue Obligations previously issued and shall not be 
deemed to reduce the maximum authorized amount of Revenue Obligations per- 
mitted to be issued hereunder." 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That Ordinance No. 867 (Bill No. 1324) of the 
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, approved and effective January 14, 1983, 
as amended by this ordinance, shall remain in full force and effect. 

Sec. 3. Ayid be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Appioved April 10, 11)8;') 



WILLIAM DOX.ALI) SCIIALFLk. Mn> 



Kc. 345 
(Council No. r)4(i) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

FIREMEN'S WIDOWS 

FOR the purpose of STRUCTURING A NEW METHOD OF CALCULATION 
FOR BENEFIT ALLOWANCES FOR ALL WIDOWS AND increasing the 
benefit allowances received by certain widows who are beneficiaries of the old 
Fire Department Retirement System. 

BY repealing and reordaining with amendments 
Article 9 -Fire Department and Fire Code 
Subtitle -Care of Members of Department 
Section 15 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY repealing 

Article 9 -Fire Department and Fire Code 

Subtitle -Care of Members of Department 

Section 16 and 16 A 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

WHEREAS, THE WIDOWS WTIO ARE BENEFICIARIES OF THE OLD 
FIRE DEPARTMENT RETIREMENT SYSTEM ARE NOW RECEIVING 
PENSIONS FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT IN AMOUNTS THAT ARE 
BELOW SUBSISTENCE LEVEL INCOMES; AND 

WHEREAS, THE ^L■\YOR AND CITY COUNCIL WANTS TO IMPROVE 
THE ECONOMIC WELL-BEING OF THESE WIDOWS WHOSE HUSBANDS 



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PERFORMED YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE TO THE CITY AT A 
TIME WHEN SALARIES WERE A FRACTION OF THOSE RECEIVED TO- 
DAY; AND 

WHEREAS, THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL WOULD LIKE TO 
GRANT IMMEDIATE RELIEF WITH ONE LARGE INCREASE IN BENE- 
FITS BUT THE FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE CITY AT THIS TIME RE- 
QUIRES A THREE-YEAR PHASE-IN; AND 

WHEREAS, IT IS THE INTENT OF THE CITY TO REVIEW THE FISCAL 
EFFECT OF THESE BENEFIT INCREASES AFTER THE SECOND 
ROUND OF INCREASES IN JULY 1986; NOW, THEREFORE 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 9 -FIRE DEPARTMENT AND FIRE CODE 

Care of Members of Department 

15. Proviaiona WIDOWS' BENEFITS 

[In the case of members of the Fire Department who died prior to June 7, 1963, 
with 20 years or more service in said Department and who were not members of 
either the Employees Retirement System or the Fire and Police Employees 
Retirement System, the City is authorized and directed, upon application, to pay 
to unremarried widows of such fire fighters the sum of $100.00 per month during 
life or widowhood. 

In the case of members of the Fire Department who died prior to June 7, 1963, 
with 10 years but less than 20 years of service in said Department and who were 
not members of either the Employees Retirement System or the Fire and Police 
Employees Retirement System, the City is authorized and directed, upon ap- 
plication, to pay to unremarried widows of such fire fighters the sum of $75.00 
per month during life or widowhood; provided that a fire figher who had been 
retired for disability shall be considered as having rendered twenty years or 
more ser\ice/ 

In the case of members of the Fire Department who died prior to June 7, 1963, 
with less than 10 years service in said Department and who were not members of 
either the Employees' Retirement System or the Fire and Police Employees' 
Retirement System, the City is authorized and directed, upon application, to pay 
to unremarried widows of such fire fighters the sum of $50.00 per month during 
life or widowhood; provided that a fire fighter who had been retired for disability 
shall be considered as having rendered twenty years or more service.] 

Effective with the first day of the first full pay period after July 1, 1985, any 
suruiving widow or eligible children of a mtmb tr AN EMPLOYEE of the Fire 
Department who died prior to June 7, 196S AND WHO WAS NOT A MEMBER 
OF EITHER THE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM OR THE FIRE 
AND POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM, shall receive a revised total benefit 



172 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 

allowance calculated at the rate of not less than 15 percent of the current an, 
salary of those memb er s EMPLOYEES of the Fire Department trr-v 
employees of the Fir e Deparimtnt in active seruice occupying a grade, r an 
classification THE SAME POSITION occupied by the deceased membe 
employee at the time of his retirement. Elective with the first day of the first 
pay period after July 1, 1986, any ividow or eligible children, as provided in 
section, shall receive a total benefit allowaiwe calculated at the rate of not 
than 20 percent of current annual salaries. Effective with the first day of the ^ 
full pay period after July 1, 1987, and every year thereafter, these widows 
eligible children shall receive a total benefit allowance calculated at the rate q 
less than 25 percent of the current annual salatnes of members and employei 
active sei-vice. In no event shall any widow or eligible child receive a reductic 
total benefit allowance on July 1, 1985, on Jxdy 1, 1986 or on July 1, 1987. 
payment and continued payment of such increases in total benefit allowana 
may result from the workings of this paragraph shall be subject to the anmia 
propriation and payment of the necessary fxinds by the Mayor and City Coum 
Baltimore. 

The above provisions for benefits shall apply only to a widow who was mar 
to such fire fighter at the time of his death, if he died during his service ir 
Department, or was married to him before he retired from such service. 

In the event of the death or remarriage of such widow the benefits here 
vided shall continue for the further benefit of any child or children of ; 
fireman under the age of 18. In the case of such children the City may makt 
payments to the widow if she remarries or in case of her death to a suit 
guardian of said child or children, whether legally appointed or other\\'ise. 
benefits shall cease entirely when the youngest of said children attains the 
of 18. 

Any benefit gi'anted under the provisions of this section shall be in lieu of 
other benefits provided by the City arising out of the service or death of 
former member of the Fire Department. 

[16. Widows' Benefits. 

Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary contained in Section 15, e: 
tive with the first day of the first full pay period after July 1, 1975, any wido 
eligible children entitled to receive retirement benefits under the provisior 
said Section 15 shall receive in lieu thereof a revised total benefit allow; 
.calculated at the rate of twenty-two hundred dollars ($2,200) per annum, 
vided that the deceased member had thirty or more years of sen-ice. If 
deceased member had less than thirty years of service, said widow or eli^ 
children shall receive a reduced proportionate total benefit allowance of not 
than the amount per annum determined by dividing the number of years of s 
ice by thirty (30) and multiplying the result by the rate of twenty-two hunc 
dollars ($2,200); provided that in every case a widow or eligible children whc 
entitled to receive an increased total benefit allowance of at least four hum 
dollars ($400) per annum over and above the benefits provided for in Sectior 
The payment and continued payment of such increases in total ber 
allowances as may result from the workings of this paragraph shall be subjec 



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the annual appropriation and payment of the necessary funds by the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore. 

16 A. Annual increases. 

In addition to the provisions contained in Sections 15 and 16 of Article 9 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1976 Edition), effective with the first full pay period on or 
after July 1, 1979, any surviving widow who is entitled to receive benefits on or 
before June 30, 1977, under the provisions of Sections 15 and 16, shall receive a 
five percent (5%) increase annually over and above the total annual benefit 
allowance exceed a n^ximum of $130.00. provided that the deceased member 
had twenty-five (25) or more years of Service. If the deceased member had 
t\\'enty-five (25) years of Service, such widow's annual increase of $130.00 shall 
be reduced, pro rata, by each year and the decimal proportion of a year that the 
deceased Member's Service was less then twenty-five (25) years. The payment 
and continued payment of such increases in total benefit allowances as may 
result from the workings of this paragraph shall be subject to the annual ap- 
propriation and payment of the necessary funds by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore.] 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on July 
1, 1985. 



Approved April 10, li<85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK, Mayy 



No. 346 
(Council No. 541) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

POLICE DEPARTMENT-WIDOWS 

FOR the purpose of STRUCTURING A NEW METHOD OF CALCULATION 
FOR BENEFIT ALLOWANCES FOR ALL WIDOWS AND increasing the 
benefit allowances received by certain widows who are beneficiaries of the old 
Police Department Retirement System. 

BY repealing and reordaining with amendments 
Article 22 - Retirement System 
Subtitle -Police Department, Special Fund 
Section 44(a) 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY repealing 

Article 22 -Retirement Systems 

Subtitle -Police Department, Special Fund 

Section 44(b) 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 



174 ORDINANCES Ord. No. : 

WHEREAS, THE WIDOWS WHO ARE BENEFICIARIES OF THE 
POLICE DEPARTMENT RETIREMENT SYSTEM ARE NOW RECEIVI 
PENSIONS FROM THE POLICE DEPARTMENT IN AMOUNTS THAT A 
BELOW SUBSISTENCE LEVEL INCOMES; AND 

WHEREAS, THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL WANTS TO IMPRO 
THE ECONOMIC WELL-BEING OF THESE WIDOWS W^HOSE HUSBAN 
PERFORMED YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE TO THE CITY AT 
TIME WHEN SALARIES WERE A FRACTION OF THOSE RECEIVED \ 
DAY; AND 

WOIEREAS, THE \L\YOR AND CITY COUNCIL WOULD LIKE 
GRANT IMMEDIATE RELIEF WITH ONE LARGE INCREASE 
BENEFITS BUT THE FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE CITY AT Tt 
TIME REQUIRES A THREE-YEAR PHASE-IN; AND 

WHEREAS, IT IS THE INTENT OF THE CITY TO REVIEW THE FISC 
EFFECT OF THESE BENEFIT INCREASES AFTER THE SECO 
ROUND OF INCREASES IN JULY 1986; NOW, THEREFORE 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, T 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amend 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 22- RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

Police Department, Special Fund 

44. Widows' benefits. 

(a) Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary contained in Section 16-2( 
Article 16 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Baltimore City ([1969] 19S0 I 
tion), title "Police Department," subtitle "Special Fund," effective with the f 
day of the first full pay period after July 1, [1975] 1985, any widow or elig 
children entitled to receive benefits under the provisions of said Section 16-2( 
Article 16 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Baltimore City ([1969] 1 
Edition), title "Police Department," subtitle "Special Fund," shall receive a t( 
benefit allowance calculated at the rate of not less than [twenty-two hund 
dollars ($2,200) per annum.] 15 percent of the current annual salary of th 
members of the police force or other employees of the Police Department in aa 
service v iruping a IN THE HIGHEST STEP OR FLAT SALARY, E. 
CLUDING LONGEVITY OR MERIT INCREASES, OF THE grade, rank 
classification occupied by the deceased member or employee at the time of 
retirement. Effective with the first day of the first full pay period after J ub 
19S6, any widow or eligible children, as provided in this section, shall receii 
total benefit allowance calculated at the rate of)iut less than 20 percent ofcun 
annual salaries. Effective with the first day of the first full pay period after J 
1, 1987, and every year thereafter, these widows and eligible children shall rect 
a total benefit allowance calculated at the rate of not less than 25 percent of 
current annual salaries of members and employees in active service. In /<o er 
shall any widow or eligible child receive a reduction in total benefit allowanci 
July 1, 1985. on July 1. 1986, or on July 1, 1987. The payment and continued p 



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ment of such increases in total benefit allowances as may result from the work- 
ings of this paragraph shall be subject to the annual appropriation and payment 
of the necessary funds by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. 
i 
((b) In addition to any other provisions contained in this Section 44, effective 
with the first full pay period on or after July 1, 1979, any surviving widow en- 
titled to receive benefits on or before June 30, 1977, under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 16-26 of Article 16 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Baltimore City (1969 
Edition), title "Police Department," subtitle "Special Fund," shall be entitled to 
receive a five per cent (5%) increase annually over and above the total annual 
benefit allowance such widow was receiving on June 30, 1977, not to exceed a 
maximum of $130.00, provided that the deceased Member had twenty-five (25) or 
more years of Service. If the deceased Member had less than twenty-five (25) 
years of Service, such widow's maximum annual increase of $130.00 shall be 
reduced, pro rata, by each year and the decimal proportion of a year that the 
deceased Member's Service was less than twenty-five (25) years. The payment 
and continued payment of such increases in total benefit allowances as may 
result from the workings of this paragraph shall be subject to the annual ap- 
propriation and payment of the necessary funds by the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore.] 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect July 1, 
1985. 

Approved April 10, liJSf) 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLK. Mui,,>r. 



N(.. 347 
(Coink-il No. ;i82) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

URBAN RENEWAL -MARKET CENTER WEST-AMENDMENT NO. 1 

FOR the purpose of amending the Urban Renewal Plan for the Market Center 
West Urban Renewal Area to expand the project boundary to incorporate the 
Loft District and University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus Project No. I, II, 
and III, and the Community Mental Health Urban Renewal Areas, along with 
certain properties located amid these Areas, but which are not part of any 
designated renewal area; delete a small area west of Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Boulevard and add a small area east of the Boulevard which is currently part 
of the Poppleton Urban Renewal Area; authorize the acquisition of certain 
properties by purchase or by condemnation; recommend closing of certain 
streets; create and/or mollify certain disposition lots for industrial, commer- 
cial, mixed, residential, or public use; provide and/or modify standards and 
controls for certain disposition lots; change the land use of certain properties; 
revise the language in the Zoning Section of the Plan; revise and/or clarify cer- 
tain provisions of Appendix A attached to the Plan and provide a penalty for 



176 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

violation of these provisions; revise and/or delete certain Exhibits attached to 
said Urban Renewal Plan to reflect changes provided herein; waive such re- 
quirements, if any, as to content or procedure for the preparation, adoption 
and approval of Renewal Plans as set forth in Article 13 of the Baltimore City 
Code which the Renewal Plan for Market Center West may not meet; provide 
for the separability of the various parts and applications of this Ordinance; 
provide that where the provisions of this Ordinance shall conflict with any 
other public laws, the provisions which establishes the higher standard shall 
prevail; and provide for the effective date hereof. 

Wheke.\s, as Urban Renewal Plan for Market Center West was approved by 

the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 100, dated June 19, 
1984; and 

Where.\s, pursuant to Article 13 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replace- 
ment \'olume), no substantial change or changes shall be made in any renewal 
plan after approval by ordinance, without such change or changes first being 
adopted and approved in the same manner as set forth in said Article 13 for the 
approval of renewal plans, namely the preparation of such change or changes by 
the Department of Housing and Community Development, the approval of such 
change or changes by the Director of the Department of Planning, and approval 
and adoption by ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore after a 
public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner set forth in said Article 13; 
and 

Whereas, extensive changes in the Renewal Plan for Market Center West 
make it infeasible to make line-by-line changes; therefore, the Department of 
Housing and Community Development has prepared an amended Urban 
Renewal Plan for Market Center West; and 

Whereas, it is necessary and desirable to reorganize and consolidate the above 
mentioned urban renewal areas and related non-urban renewal area properties 
within a single, geographically unified Urban Renewal Project, generally 
bounded by Franklin and Baltimore Streets on the north, Martin Luther King, 
Jr. Boulevard on the west, Washington Boulevard and Pratt and Lombard 
Streets on the south, and Hopkins Place and Paca and Greene Streets on the 
east; and 

Whereas, said amended Renewal Plan for Market Center West has been ap- 
proved by the Director of the Department of Planning with respect to its con- 
formity as to the Master Plan, the detailed location of any public improvements 
proposed in the amended Renewal Plan, its conformity as to the mles and regula- 
tions for subdivisions, and its conformity to existing and proposed zoning 
classitlcations; and the said amended Renewal Plan has been approved and 
recommended to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, by the Commissioner 
of the Department of Housing and Community Development, now, therefore. 

Sectiu.x 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the amended Urban Renewal Plan for Market Center West identified as "Urban 
Renewal Plan, Market Center West . . . revised to include Amendment No. 1, 
dated October 1, 1984", is hereby approved and the Clerk of the City Council is 



ORDINANCES 177 

hereby directed to file a copy of said amended Urban Renewal Plan with the 
Department of Legislative Reference as a permanent public record and to make 
the same available for public inspection and information. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the boundaries of Market Center West 
Urban Renewal Area shall be revised to include the Loft District Urban Renewal 
Project, as established under Ordinance 403, dated July 22, 1977, as amended; 
the University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus Project No. I, MD-R-8, as 
established under Ordinance 391, dated June 27, 1960, as amended; the Universi- 
ty of Maryland, Baltimore Campus Project No. II, MD R-9, as established under 
Ordinance 913 dated July 3, 1961, as amended; the University of Maryland, 
Baltimore Campus Project No. Ill, MDR-25 as established under Ordinance 235, 
dated June 3, 1964, as amended, and certain properties located amid these 
Areas, but which are not part of any renewal area, such areas are hereby subject 
to the Market Center West Urban Renewal Plan approved in this Ordinance. 
Therefore, Section 1 of Ordinance 100, dated June 19, 1984, is hereby amended 
to read as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the east 
side of Paca Street, as now laid out 80 feet wide, and the south side of Franklin 
Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide, thence binding on the east side of said 
Paca Street, southerly 743 feet, more or less, to intersect the south side of 
Saratoga Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide, thence binding on the south side 
of said Saratoga Street, westerly 392 feet, more or less, to intersect the east 
side of Greene Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide, thence binding on the east 
side of said Greene Street, southerly 850 feet, more or less, to intersect the 
center line of Fayette Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide, thence binding on 
the center line of said Fayette Street, easterly 361 feet more or less, to intersect 
the center line of Paca Street, as now laid out 82 feet wide, thence binding on 
the center line of said Paca Street, southerly J,90 feet, more or less, to intersect 
the north side of Napolean Alley, thence binding 07i the north side ofNapolean 
Alley easterly 3^0 feet, more or less, to intersect the west side of Eutaw Street 
as now laid out 82 feet wide, thence binding on the west side of Eutaw Street 
northerly 62 feet, more or less to intersect the south side of Baltimore Street as 
now laid out 72 feet wide, thence binding on the south side of Baltimore Street 
easterly 3J,0 feet, more or less, to intersect the west side of Hopkins Place as 
now laid out 152 feet wide, thence binding on the west side of Hopkins Place 
southerly 567 feet, more or less, to intersect the north side of Lombard Street, 
as now laid out 68 feet wide, thence binding on the north side of Lombard Street 
westerly 1102 feet to intersect the east side of Paca Street as now laid out 82 feet 
wide, thence binding on the east side of Paca Street southerly 578 feet, more or 
less, to intersect the line of the northwest side of Washington Boulevard, if 
projected northeasterly, thence reversely 505 feet, more or less, on last said 
projected line, on the northwest side of Washington Boulevard to intersect the 
east side of Greene Street as now laid out 66 feet wide, thence binding on the 
east side of Greene Street northerly ^31 feet, more, or less, to intersect the north 
side of Pratt Street as now laid out 72 feet wide, thence binding on the north 
side of Pratt Street 1230 feet, more or less, to intersect the centerline of Martin 
Luthtr King Boulevard as now laid out 2J,0 feet wide, thence binding on the 
centtrline of Martin Luther King Boulevard northerly 630 feet, more or less. 



178 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

[westerly 300 feet, more or less, to intersect the west side of Pearl Street, as 
now laid out 62 feet wide, thence binding on the west side of said Pearl Street, 
northerly 296 feet, more or less, to intersect the north side of the parcel 
known as 132 Pearl Street, thence binding on the north side of parcel known 
as 132 Pearl Street, westerly 38 feet, more or less, to intersect the west side of 
a parcel known as 619 Lexington Street, thence binding on the west side of the 
parcel known as 619 Lexington Street northerly to intersect the north side of 
a 3-foot alley which lies 52 feet from the south side of Lexington Street, thence 
binding on the north side of said 3-foot alley westerly 125 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the west side of Arch Street, as now laid out 20 feet wide, thence 
binding on the west side of said Arch Street southerly 100 feet, more or less to 
intersect the north side of Vine Street, as now laid out 36 feet wide, thence 
binding on the north side of said Vine Street westerly 505 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the west side of Pine Street, as now laid out 50 feet wide, thence 
binding on the west side of said Pine Street southerly 650 feet, more or less] to 
intersect the south side of Baltimore Street, as now laid out 70 feet wide, 
thence binding on the south side of said Baltimore Street westerly [480] 100 
feet, more or less, to intersect the west side of Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Boulevard [right-of-way line], thence binding on the west side of said Martin 
Luther King, Jr. Boulevard [right-of-way] northerly 2090 feet, more or less, to 
intersect the south side of Franklin Street, as now laid out 66 feet wide, thence 
binding on the south side of said Franklin Street easterly 1620 feet, more or 
less, to the point of beginning. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That it is necessary to acquire by purchase 
or condemnation, for urban renewal purposes, the fee simple interest or any 
lesser interest in and to the following properties or portions thereof, together 
with all right, title, interest and estate that the owner or owners of said property 
interests may have in all streets, alleys, ways or lanes, public or private, both 
abutting the whole area described and/or contained within the perimeter of said 
area, situate in Baltimore City, Mar>'land, and described as follows: 

612 W. Fayette Street 
614 W. Fayette Street 
616 W. Fayette Street 
14 S. Howard Street 
16 S. Howard Street 
18-20 S. Howard Street 
32 S. Howard Street 
34-36 S. Howard Street 
38 S. Howard Street 
40 S. Howard Street 
300-302 \V. Lombard Street 

304 W. Lombard Street 

305 \V. Redwood Street 
307-309 W. Redwood Street 
311 W. Redwood Street 
313 W. Redwood Street 
315-517 \V. Redwood Street 
319 \V. Redwood Street 



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321 W. Redwood Street 
323-325 W. Redwood Street 
327 VV. Redwood Street 

Sec. 4. Aiid be it further ordained, That it is hereby recommended that (1) a 
portion of the 100 block Pearl Street, approximately 15 feet, plus or minus, 
above street grade be closed in connection with the proposed development of a 
parking garage; and (2) the 300 blocks of W. Redwood Street and Cider Alley be 
closed in connection with the proposed development of a bus terminal/parking 
garage. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of the Department of 
Public Works with reference to the closing of said streets and the proceedings 
and rights of all parties interested or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and 
be in accordance with any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the City 
Code of public local laws of Maryland and the City Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all amendments thereto 
and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and any 
and all rules and regulations in effect which have been adopted by the Director of 
Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 6. A nd be it further orda ined. That the Real Estate Acquisition Division of 
the Department of the Comptroller, or such person or persons and in such man- 
ner as the Board of Estimates, in the exercise of the power vested in it by Article 
V, Section 5 of the Baltimore City Charter, may hereafter from time to time 
designate, is or are authorized to acquire on behalf of the Mayor and City Council 
of Baltimore and for the purposes described in this Ordinance, the fee simple in- 
terest or any lesser interest in and to the properties or portions thereof 
hereinabove mentioned. If the said Division, person or persons is or are unable to 
agree with the owner or owners on the purchase price for said properties or por- 
tions thereof, it or they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Baltimore City 
who shall thereupon institute in the name of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemnation, the fee 
simple interest or any lesser interest in and to said properties or portions 
thereof. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That certain existing disposition lots shall 
be modified and certain new disposition lots for industrial, commercial, mixed, 
residential, or public use shall be created, all as shown in the amended Urban 
Renewal Plan on Exhibit 2, Property Acquisition/Land Disposition, dated as 
revised October 1, 1984. 

Se(\ 8. And be it further ordained, That the standards and controls provided 
and/or modified for certain disposition lots, as contained in the amended Urban 
Renewal plan under Section E.4.(b), dated as revised October 1, 1984 are hereby 
approved. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That the changes in land use of certain 
properties, as shown on Exhibit 1, Land Use Plan, dated as revised October 1, 
1984, are hereby approved. 



180 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That Section K of the Urban Renewal Plan 
entitled "Zoning" be amended to read as follows: 

"All appropriate provisions of the Zoning Ordinance of Baltimore City shall ap- 
ply to properties within the project area. Any change in the Zoning Ordinance 
embodied in this Urban Renewal Plan, and designated on Exhibit 3, Zoning 
Districts, shall be approved by ordinance in accordance with the procedural re- 
quirements of the Zoning Ordinance and Article 66-B of the Annotated Code of 
Maryland (1957 Edition, as amended)." 

Sec. 11. And be it further ordained, That Appendix A of the Urban Renewal 
Plan shall be revised. Therefore, Page 5, lines 35-48 through Page 16, lines 1-17 
of Ordinance 100, dated June 19, 1984, are hereby amended to read as follows: 

Over and above the codes and ordinances of Baltimore City, the following addi- 
tional provisions shall be applied to all exterior improvements to existing proper- 
ties, whether occupied or vacant, and new consty^uction within Market Center 
West. These provisions should in no way discourage creative and innovative 
design so long as the design proposal is in harmony with the broad intent of the 
Renewal Plan. Such creative and innovative designs may be submitted to the 
Department of Housing and Community Development for review and, at the sole 
discretion of the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development, approval of such designs, including exceptions to the following 
provisions, may be granted. Nothing in the following provisions shall be con- 
strued to permit any construction, alteration, change, repair, use or sign or any 
other matter otherwise forbidden, restricted, or contolled by any other public 
law except as specifically noted. All work performed in compliance with the 
Renewal Plan shall be done in a workmanlike manner and according to accepted 
standards of the building trades. Materials used in making repairs shall be of 
quality suitable for the purpose [and of a kind normally used to accomplish the re- 
quired repairs]. 

A. Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings 
1. General 

a. All existing buildings must be in coiiforniance with the following 
rehabilitation standards within one year of the effective date of this Ordinance 
No. , as specified under Section III below. 

b. The rehabilitation objective is to retain and, where possible to recap- 
ture the original character of the building. Cleaning, repairing, refinishing, and 
where necessary, replacement of masonry, cornices, storefronts, wiiulows. doors, 
stuops and other elements on the exterior is generally required. Covering and 
painting of facades is not permitted, unless the condition of masonry warrants it. 

c. \\7iere a building facade has been altered through the use of enclosing 
or covering material(s), the recapture of original character by removing applied 
materials, and repairing ayid refinishing the original facade is generally re- 
quired. 

d. In cases where the first jloor facades, especially storefronts, have 
undergone substantial changes and it is very difficult to duplicate the original 
design and nuiterials, a new storefront design with materials different frotn the 
original may be necessary. To the extent possible, salvageable elements such as 



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pilasters, columns or cornice should be incorporated in the redesign. Window 
openings should be included in the redesign and large blank wall areas should be 
avoided. The new first Jloor designs should be cainpatible with original building 
proportions and materials. Durability and ease of maintenancea should also be 
considered. 

e. All buildings shall be jnaintained in good repair. 
2. [l.J Exterior Walls (front, side, and rear) 

a. All of the exterior walls of structures located in the Project Area 
shall be included in this requirement. 

b. All exposed and visible surfaces shall be repaired, cleaned or painted 
to present an acceptable appearance. 

[c. All colors and color schemes used in the Project Area shall be com- 
patible with the design of the buildings in the Area.] 

[d. All defective structural and decorative elements of building fronts 
and sides abutting streets shall be repaired or replaced in a workmanlike manner 
to match as closely as possible the architecture of that building. All damaged, 
sagging, or otherwise deteriorated storefronts, signs, show windows, or en- 
trances shall be repaired or replaced.] 

[e. All miscellaneous unused elements on the exterior walls of the 
structures such as empty electrical boxes, conduits, pipes, unused sign brackets, 
etc, shall be removed.] 

(1) [f.j All exterior walls which have not been wholly or partially 
resurfaced or built over shall be repaired and cleaned or painted in an acceptable 
manner. Brick walls shall be pointed where necessary to match existing bond. 
Painted masonry walls shall have loose material removed and be painted a single 
color except for trim or decorative details which may be another color. Surfaces 
shall be painted with products, and employing application methods that will pre- 
vent early deterioration. Patched walls shall match the existing adjacent sur- 
faces as to materials, color, bond and joining. Cleaning of masonry walls by 
means of sandblasting shall not be permitted, except where sandblasting is 
determined by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community 
Development to be the only feasible means of surface cleaning of masonry and 
where, in his opinion, it will not cause damage to historic building materials. 

(2^ [g.] All brick and concrete block walls shall be cleaned, repaired, 
and repointed as required. Brick walls shall be either preserved in their natural 
state or painted a color compatible with neighboring structures. Unfinished con- 
crete block walls shall be painted. 

(3) [h.] All natural stone walls shall be cleaned, repaired, and 
pointed. 

(Jt) (i-l All stucco surfaces shall be cleaned and repaired. Repaired 
and new stucco surfaces shall have a continuous and even finish, with no patching 
visible. 

(5) (j.j No new furmstone finishes shall be permitted. All defective 
furmstone finishes shall be removed and the walls behind them restored. 



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[k. Existing wood siding material, in sound condition and permissible 
under the Baltimore City Building Code, shall be cleaned, stripped, and painted. 
All other wood siding shall be removed. All siding hiding or covering the original 
building above the sign area shall be removed. Real or simulated wood shakes are 
not considered to be compatible with this renewal area and new applications of 
these materials will be not permitted.] 

(6) Wood, metal, vinyl or other siding covering the original ar- 
chitecture is not considered to be compatible ivith this renewal area. New applica- 
tions of these materials will not be permitted; existing covering materials shall be 
removed. 

[I. Existing metal siding which is undamaged, structurally sound and 
permissible under the Baltimore City Building Code shall be kept bright, clean, in 
a good state of repair, or painted a color compatible with the colors of the 
neighboring structures. All other metal siding shall be removed. All siding hiding 
or covering the original building above the sign area shall be removed. Metal 
siding shall be limited to the street level and shall not cover more than 25% of the 
total front. The metal shall be of sufficient Gauge, thickness and finish quality to 
prevent denting, scratching and discoloration through normal wear and tear.] 

(7) Structures that are attached or unattached to ihe rear of the 
principal structure and which are stnicturally deficient, shall be properly 
repaired or demolished. 



c. All defective structural and decorative elements of building fronts 
and sides abutting streets shall be repaired or replaced to match as closely as 
possible the architecture of the building. All damaged, sagging, or otherwise 
deteriorated storejronts, signs, show windows, or entrances shall be repaired or 
replaced. 

(1) [m.] All gutters and rain water leaders must be in good condi- 
tion and shall be repaired or replaced as necessary and shall be neatly located and 
securely installed. Gutters and down-spouts shall be prepainted, baked enamel, 
non-ferrous material or painted and shall be compatible with the other building 
colors. 

(;2I [n.] All cornices, upper floor windows, storefro)its and all other 
portions of a building containing metal or wood trim shall be made structurally 
sound. Rotten, rusted, or weakened portions shall be restored, where feasible, or 
replaced to match as closely as possible the original architecture. All exposed 
metal or wood shall be painted or stained, or otherwise treated for protection. 
The removal of cornice work, without prompt replacement of approved design, 
will not be permitted. 

(31 [o.] Walls, ledges, cornices, sills and other projections shall be 
kept clean of bird droppings and may be provided with deterrent devices to pro- 
tect them from soiling by birds. 

(J,) [p.] No new mechanical equipment such as exhaust fans, vents 
and air conditioning units shall be allowed to project through building fronts or 
sides facing streets unless suitably concealed. 



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(5) All unused elements on the exterior walls of the structures such 
as empty electrical boxes, coyiduits, pipes, unused sign brackets, etc., shall be 
removed. 

d. All color schemes used shall be harmonious and compatible with the 
colors of buildings in the immediate area. 

3. [2.J Roofs 

a. All roof mounted signs and unused roof hardware shall be removed. 

b. Roofs shall be kept free of trash, debris, or any other element which 
is not a permanent part of the building or a functioning element of its mechanical 
or electrical system. 

c. Television and radio antennae shall be located so as to be as in- 
conspicuous as possible as viewed from the sidewalk across the street. 

d. Rooftop mechanical equipment shall be located far enough back from 
the edge of the roof so that it cannot be seen from the sidewalk across the street, 
either in front of or to one side of the building. Functional equipment may be re- 
tained until major repair or replacement of the equipment becomes necessary, at 
which time it shall be repositioned as above. All mechanical equipment shall be 
painted with a flat paint in a color compatible with the color of the front of the 
building upon which it is located to minimize visibility. 

e. Any mechanical equipment placed on a roof shall be so located as to 
be hidden from the streets, and to be as inconspicuous as possible from other 
vie\^'points. New equipment shall be screened with suitable elements of a perma- 
nent nature and finished so as to be compatible with the rest of the building. 
Where such screening is unfeasible, equipment shall be installed in a neat, 
presentable manner and shall be painted in such a manner as to minimize its 
visibility. 

f. All chimneys, elevator penthouses or other auxiliary structures on 
the roofs shall be clean and in good repair. All deteriorated masonry chimneys 
shall be either removed or restored. All future metal chimneys shall be located so 
that they cannot be seen from the sidewalk across the street either in front of, or 
to one side of, the building. 

g. Flashing visible from the sidewalk must be neat and free of pitch. 
Visible flashing shall be paiiUed to match the surface of the wall and/or roof. 

h. For pitched roofs visible from the sidewalk across the street addi- 
tional roof requirements shall apply: 

(1) Tile finislieil roofiFig material shall be clean and in good state, of 
repair. 

(2) The lini.^hed roofing material shall be limited to one of the 
lullduing: 

-Flat or .--lainling ieani natural or painted slieet metal roofing 

-.\>|iliall .-hiiigle or ulay tile 

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(3) The finished roofing material shall have a color compatible with 
the building color scheme. 

(4) Dormers shall be compatible with the design of the building's 
street facade. The finish materials and colors shall be compatible with both the 
roof and facade of the buildings. 

(5) Skylights and solar panels shall be of low profile and all metal 
parts shall match the roofing material. 

4. [3.] Windows . 

[a. Windows not in the front of the buildings shall be kept properly 
repaired or, with Fire Department approval, may be sealed, in which case, sills, 
lintels, and frames must be removed and the opening properly closed to match 
the material design and finish of the adjacent wall, or other solution satisfactory 
to the Department.] 

a. [b.] All windows must be tight-fitting and have sashes of proper size 
and design. Sashes with rotten wood, broken joints or loose mullions or muntins 
shall be replaced. All broken and missing windows shall be repl?ced with glass or 
approved clear plastic glazing. All exposed wood shall be repaired and painted. 

b. [c] Window openings in upper floors of the front and all visible sides 
of the building shall not be filled, boarded up or covered by any signs. Windows in 
upper floors may be backed by suitable curtains, blinds, interior wood shutters, 
or other approved materials. Where this treatment is not feasible, window glass 
may be painted. When glass is painted, mullions shall be a contrasting color. Win- 
dow glass at street level shall not be painted over entirely. 

c. Only rear and nun-visible side windows may be closed, with fire 
department approval. Sills, lintels, ayid frames must be removed and the opening 
properly closed to match the material, design, and finish of the adjacent wall, or 
other solution satisfactory to the Department. 

d. The use of shutters shall not be allowed in cases where shutters 
would not be compatible with the architecture of the building. 

e. All of the windows in a single facade shall be of matching design. All 
window openings shall have the same height and width they did at the time that 
the wall in which the openings are located was originally built. Filling in these 
openings at the top, bottom, or sides is not permitted. The following additional 
requirements shall apply for all new windows: 

(1) All windows shall have frames, sash, and mullions of a material, 
design, and color appropriate to the architecture of the building. Wherever possi- 
ble, the original number of window lights shall be retained. 

(2) All windows, frames, and mullions shall be kept in good repair 
and properly painted. 

(3) Ornamental windows, gi'illes, and false balconies may be incor- 
porated as a decorative or security device. 

(4) The lintels over windows shall be preserved or restored. Rotten 



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wood lintels shall be replaced with steel lintels concealed behind a wood facing. 
Brick archwork and stone lintels shall be restored. 

(5) Window sills shall be preserved, replaced, and restored to 
match the original design of the building. 

(6) Installation of exhaust fans, vents, and air conditioning units in 
front windows is not allowed; however, where there is no other alternative, the 
unit shall be painted in a color that makes it as inconspicuous as possible or shall 
otherwise be suitably screened. 

5. (4.J Storefronts 

a. A storefront as a part of the building facade shall be defined to in- 
clude: 

(1) The building face and the entrance area leading to the door. 

(2) The door, sidelights, transoms, show windows, display plat- 
forms, devices including lighting and signing designed to be viewed from a public 
right-of-way andyor the areas visible to the public prior to entering the interior 
portion of the structure. 

b. All elements of the storefront including marquees, awnings, show 
windows, entrances, signs, lighting, sun protection, security grilles, etc., shall be 
compatible with the architecture of the building. All such elements shall be 
located no higher than one inch below the second story window sill line. New 
metal awnings shall not be permitted. 

(c. All extraneous and unused hardware, signing, and equipment shall 
be removed.] 

(d. All broken, rotten, or damaged elements shall be removed and 
replaced with elements that are compatible with the architecture of the building. 
All damaged, sagging, or otherwise deteriorated storefronts, show windows, or 
entrances shall be repaired or replaced. The practice of "patching" or layering 
materials one on top of the other is not permitted. Damaged parts shall be re- 
placed so as to be undetectable as replacement parts.) 

c. [e.] At such time as sign panels covering or replacing store cornices 
are removed, the cornice shall be restored or replaced. 

[f. Materials used on storefronts shall be compatible with the architec- 
ture of other buildings in the renewal area as well as other materials used on the 
building itself. Other factors such as durability, ease of maintenance and 
historical compatibility of materials shall be considered in relation to future 
material installations. Material not approved by the Department shall not be per- 
mitted for any future use. All such materials now in use shall be kept in good 
repair or shall be removed.) 

(g. Soft Awnings 

(1) Existing retractable awning boxes or fixed awning hardware on 
storefronts shall be reconditioned to accommodate a new awning which shall be 
compatible with the building design. Torn, frayed, faded or dirty awnings shall 
be reconditioned, repaired, cleaned, or replaced. 



186 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

(2) Awnings are to be installed along the full width of existing awn- 
ing boxes and frames and on upper floors over windows only. 

(3) The color of the material and any graphics or striping shall be 
compatible with the building architecture. 

(4) Fixed awnings shall have a fall sufficient to shed a snow load. A 
6-inch fall for every foot should be the minimum. 

(5) Awnings shall not be designed so as to prevent vehicular 
movements at the curb or to interfere with improvements to the public right-of- 
way such as street lights, landscaping, and street furniture. Awnings shall not be 
lower than eight (8) feet above the sidewalk, and one (1) foot inside the curb and 
shall otherwise conform with the provision of the City Ordinances. 

(6) Street level awnings shall terminate against the building at a 
height not to exceed one inch below the second floor window sill or no higher 
than the bottom of a first floor cornice, unless it exists as a part of the cornice.] 

[h. Security screens, grates, bars, and grilles shall be designed to be as 
inconspicuous as possible. They shall be constructed of non-ferrous material or 
kept painted and free of rust. Non-metal grilles and screens shall be prohibited. 
Enclosures and housings for security grilles and screens shall be painted and 
compatible with the architecture of the storefront and the facade or hidden from 
view as an integral part of a sign or awning. All screens and grilles shall be total- 
ly opened or removed during the normal business hours. No signs or product 
advertising shall be permitted on grilles or grille housings.] 

(/. [i.] Solid or permanently enclosed or covered storefronts or painted 
show windows or show windows replaced by solid materials shall not be per- 
mitted unless treated architecturally as an integral part of the building facade 
and compatible with these standards. Where the window treatment of the first 
floor is to be modified, these new window openings shall not be smaller in size 
than the openings of the second or third floor windows. These new windows shall 
be compatible with the upper windows in the structure. 

e. [j.] New storefronts that project beyond the property lines of the 
stores are not permitted. Where the original front is behind the property line and 
where a new projecting front would not be disiiiptive to adjacent stores and is 
compatible with the building architecture, a new front may be installed up to the 
property line. 

[k. All new storefronts shall provide a street side hose bibb to provide 
•water for storefront and sidewalk cleaning and to aid in watering street trees.] 

/ [1.] Doorways and Entrances- In cases where there are doorways to 
buildings that are not incorporated in the storefront, the character of the original 
doorway shall be preserved, where possible. The original style of these door- 
ways, if possible, shall be incorporated into the design of the remodeled 
storefront. The following additional requirements shall apply to all doorways and 
entrances. 

(1) Storm and screen doors and hardware visible from the outside 
shall be compatible with entrance doors. 



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((2) Any grilles, bars, and grates covering doors or windows shall 
be designed to be compatible with the architecture of the building and of the 
neighboring structures.] 

(•2) [(3)] Where steps or stoops are required at a doorway or en- 
trance, they shall be designed to match the original design. [In cases where there 
are more than two risers, the steps or stoops shall be provided with a railing of 
compatible design.] 

((4) Doorways and entrances shall be designed with consideration 
for the needs of the handicapped and the elderly.] 

(m. Each store is required to display a postal address number on the 
storefront. The number size, style, location shall be designed so that it is easily 
visible from the center line of the street.] 

(n. Footways adjacent to all properties within the Project Area bound- 
aries shall be maintained in a manner consistent with applicable Baltimore City 
Codes and Ordinances. In addition, when required, footways shall be repaired or 
replaced to present a neat and even appearance and in a manner that is compat- 
ible with the materials, design and finish of adjacent footway surfaces including 
specially designed and installed sidewalk, plaza and mall paving.] 

[o. This Plan encourages the use of adjacent footways for sidewalk 
cafes (outdoor table service) with or without awnings, where accessory to a 
restaurant use. A clear walkway not less than four (4) feet in width shall be main- 
tained in accordance with provisions of City Ordinances.] 

B. New Construction and Expansion of Existing Structures 

1. Expansion of Existing Structures 

a. Vertical expansion of existing structures is discouraged unless it is 
possible to duplicate the architectural character and material of the existing 
building. Rooftop recreational or other facilities with low visibility fi'om the 
sidewalk across the street are permissible. 

b. Horizontal expansion of existing stnictures need not duplicate ex- 
isting architectural character or )naterials, but should be compatible with both. 
The guidelines for new build itigs below should be met. 

2. Construction of New Buildings 

a. It is important that new buildings be compatible with surrounding 
buildings ui terms of building setback, mass, proportions, and materials. 

(1) Older buildings typically have a well defined base, shaft, and 
crown. New build i)igs may be more contemporary in style, but building base, 
shaft, and crown should generally be articulated. Matching the base height of ad- 
jacent buddings as well as the proportions and/or placement of windows in adja- 
cent buildings is also encouraged. 

(2f The use (f brick and stone is strongly encouraged. Rejhctive 
materials such as mttal and glass shall not be used as the dotninant builditig 
material. 



188 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

(3) In the Loft District bulky building masses are characteristic. 
Building heights of 5 to 9 stories and 90-100% coverage are encouraged. 

b. Architectural details and pedestrian interest should be provided, 
especially at street level. 

(1) Large expanses of blank facade shall not be permitted. Architec- 
tural detailing should be used to accentuate the buildings entrance and base. 
Variations in materials or building plane can also be used to provide visual in- 
terest. 

(2) Creative adaptation of interesting architectural details from 
nearby buildings is encouraged for continuity. 

(3) Restaurants, cafes, shop windoivs, planting and artwork are en- 
couraged to provide pedestrian interest and activity on the street. 

c. Parking structures must be carefully designed to avoid both incom- 
patibility with the scale of adjacent buildings and the creation of large expanses of 
dead space at street level. Incorporation of retail space, planting, murals or other 
artwork is encouraged. 

d. All new buildings shall provide a street side hose bibb to provide 
water for storefront and sidewalk cleaning and to aid in watering street trees. 

C. Standards Applicable to both Rehabilitation and New Construction 

L [5.] Signs 

All new signs shall be in accordance with the Zoning Ordinance of 
Baltimore City and subject to the requirements for a minor privilege. In addition, 
the following provisions shall apply, 

a. All signs not conforming to these regulations shall be removed [at 
the time rehabilitation work is undertaken. All other signs must be removed] 
within twelve months after the passage of the ordinance approving this Plan, ex- 
cept billboards larger than sixty square feet. All thoa e billboards larg e r than six - 
ty squar e f ee t shall b e r e mov e d only in th e e v e nt th e y ar e: 1. locat e d on, 2. aero a a 
lli e str ee t, all e y or f o otway from, 3. diagonally across from, or 4. adjacei rt-t o any 
d e v e lopm e nt sit e . "D e velopm e nt sit e " for th e purpos e of this Plan sliall b e d e- 
fin e d as any public or privat e dev e lopm e nt, r e d e v e lopm e nt, r e habilitation, co n- 
struction, improv e m e nt or oth e r inv e stm e nt th e aggr e gat e cost of which e xc e ed s 
^200,000 (Two Hundr e d Thousand Dollars)." No l e as e for billboard signs e xpir - 
ing aft e r e nactm e nt of tliis Plan may b e r e n e wed. No new billboards shall be per- 
m it ted. 

h. Size, shape, letter style(s), colors, and method of installation of all 
signs shall be compatible with the architecture of the building and the neighbor- 
ing structures. Design of -signs by graphic designers is encouraged. This Plan re- 
quires that design drawings of all proposed signs and showing their location on 
the building facade shall be submitted to the Department for approval prior to 
fabrication and installation. 



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c. Materials employed for construction of sigiis shall be durable and 
^veather resistant, shall be fabricated and installed by qualified and experienced 
mechanics, and shall be maintained in good repair. 

d. Placement of signs shall be restricted to the first floor only, placed 
no higher than the bottom of the second story window sill, where windows exist, 
and the sign bottom shall be directly above the storefront or awning/security 
enclosure. Signs shall be designed in a manner so that they do not interfere with 
important architectural details (e.g., window, cornices, carved friezes, arches) of 
the buildings. Placement entirely on a flat portion of facade or an area entirely 
within the confines of an opening and lined up with architectural details of 
elements is required. Upper tloor signs are contrary to the intent of this Plan. 
However, in special circumstances, signs may be place on upper floors if it is 
determined that there is no prudent means of accommodating the signs on the 
first floor consistent v.ith these provisions or as special exceptions approved by 
the Department. 

e. "Temporary signs" may be displayed within storefront windows only 
provided that these signs do not cover more than 20% of the area of the window 
in which they are displayed and are on display not more than thirty consecutive 
days. 

f. Signs shall be permitted at rear entrance and delivery doors, but 
shall not exceed two square feet in area and may be illuminated. 

g. A non-projeding sign not exceeding sixteen square feet in area may 
be used to identify parking and loading areas. 

h. (g.) If a projecting sign to indicate the location of a parking or park- 
ing lot entrance is to be provided, one such sign for each garage or lot entrance 
shall be permitted and the sign be a Department-approved standardized letter 
"P" and arrow. 

i. [h.) Signs in the form of letters, symbols or other graphics may be in- 
corporated in the design of any awning included in the design of a storefront, 
provided such signs are compatible with the architecture of the building and the 
awnings. 

f [i.] Signs may be painted on the inside surface of upper floor and 
storefront show windows and sign panels may be hung inside the show window. 
Those signs must be designed to be compatible with the architecture of the 
facade. 

^■- (Jl Signs shall be incorporated in the design of the storefront and 
shall not project more than 12" except where a sign will serve to hide a security 
grille enclosure which exists beyond the primary surface of the building. If the 
sluretront design inckules a cornice, the sign may be incorporated in the cornice 
design. It a storefront cornice is not appropriate for a sign, or there is no cornice, 
the sign may be placed either in the store window or on the portion of the 
building facade above the store window/cornice and below the sill of the second 
tloor windows. Signs which are an integral part of the building structure and 
compatible with the original architecture of the building are permitted. 



190 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

/. [k.] Painted signs on building surfaces or use of separate cutout let- 
ters shall be permitted in accordance with these provisions. 

m. [1.] Neon tube signs are permitted above a show window and on the 
inside of and behind show windows as provided for herein and as provided for in 
"Lighting" in this Plan. 

n. [m.] Flags and banners, conforming to existing City Ordinances, 
may be displayed on a temporary and permanent basis so long as the poles are 
maintained in good condition and the material is not faded, torn, or frayed. 

0. [n.] Roof top signs, signs above the parapet of a building, billboards, 
or other outdoor advertising signs painted or mounted on structures other than 
billboards, except as otherwise herein provided, shall not be permitted. All ex- 
isting rooftop and facade mounted sign brackets and hardware shall be removed. 

p. [o.] Flashing or moving signs other than barber poles shall not be 
permitted. 

[p. No signs, projecting more than 12", will be permitted co be mounted 
to the face of any building, such existing signs shall be removed as provided for in 
"Section III. Compliance" of the Renewal Plan.] 

q. No marquees shall be allowed on buildings other than operating 
theatres or hotels. When such building is rehabilitated, an existing marquee shall 
be redesigned so that it is compatible with the architecture of the building. 

r. Super graphics, [or] murals, and neon friezes are a special form of 
out-door art and the Department may permit their application upon submission 
and approval of full color drawings of the intended design, [super gi-aphic or 
mural on wall surfaces that are predominantly blank, except on buildings 
designated of either historic or architectural significance.] The application should 
be appropriate to the use, activity or theme of a building or place. -Such artwork 
[super graphics or murals] shall be designed by recognized professional graphic 
artists, artists or designers. 

s. The Department may permit freestanding signs and sign kiosks on 
the sites where buildings are set back from their property lines upon submission 
and approval of site plans and sign design drawings. 

2. [6.] Lighting 

a. Exterior lighting shall be limited to lighting fixtures designed to l)e 
in harmony with the character of the buildings and the street. Such fixtures shall 
be mounted in the entrance ways or on the [front] facade of the building. [Flood 
lighting, concealed above a shopfront cornice, may be used to light the facades of 
buildings except where the upper floors are in residential use.] Lighting of the 
shops will be encouraged during the evening hours at times agreed upon by the 
merchants. 

b. Lighting of the facades of the buildings may be accomplished with 
projecting fixtures at the rootline or at the shopfront cornice line. Such fixtures 
shall be inconspicuous [and compatible with the building architecture] and project 
not more than 24" from the face of the building. 



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c. All lighting and electrical elements such as wires, conduits, junction 
boxes, transformers, ballasts, switches and panel boxes shall be concealed from 
view. 

d. The following lighting methods are not permitted for signs and 
buildings: 

(1) Exposed flourescent lighting 

(2) Exposed quartz or mercury vapor lamps 

(3) Exposed incandescent lamps other than low wattage, purely 
decorative lighting and neon as provided for herein. 

e. The following lighting methods are permitted for signs- and 
buildings: 

(1) Fully recessed flourescent downlights or wall washers in a 
valance box. Box must run full length of storefront at top of sign area. 

(2) Internally illuminated box signs and individual letters or back- 
lit (halo) letters. 

(3) Fully recessed downlights or wallwashers in projecting metal 
box. Box must run length of storefront at top of sign area. 

(4) Shielded flourescent lamps with diffusers in projecting metal 
box. Box must run full length of storefront at top of sign area. 

(5) "Gooseneck incandescent", porcelain enamel reflector on bent 
metal tube arm. Housing must prevent glare at pedestrian eye level. 

(6) Neon tube illumination in the form of a neon tube graphic where 
a light source is supplied by a neon tube which is bent to form letters, symbols or 
other shapes in various colors are permitted as flat signs above a show window 
when enclosed in a sign box and protected by a glass front and on the inside of 
show windows. 

[7. Rear Yards 

WTiere a front, side, or rear yard exists or is created through the demoli- 
tion of structures, the open areas shall be treated in a manner consistent with the 
fullouing standards.] 

[a. Enclosures of Yards 

A rear yard may be enclosed along side and rear property lines by an 
unperforated masonry wall or metal grille fence compatible with the architecture 
of the rear walls of the building. Solid doors or gates may be used to the extent 
necessary for access and delivery. Such walls must be not less than three feet in 
height. Use of barbed wire or broken glass or similar materials on top of walls 
shall not be permitted. Solid masonry walls shall be used where fronting on 
public streets and adjacent properties.] 

(b. Provision of Parking Area 

A rear yard may be used as a parking or loading area providing that 
it is properly screened, paved, illuminated and maiiUained. A sign not exceed- 



192 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

ing two square feet in area may be used to identify and control parking and 
loading. The owner of the building shall be responsible for maintenance of the 
parking area in a neat and clean manner. No storage of trash containers shall be 
allowed in this area except when housed in permanent enclosures of acceptable 
design.] 

[c. Structures that are attached or unattached to the rear of the prin- 
cipal structure and which are structurally deficient, shall be properly repaired or 
demolished. Yards and areaways shall be kept free of trash, debris, or any other 
element which is not a permanent part of the building or a functional element of 
its mechanical or electrical system.] 

S. [8.] Off-Street Parking 

a. Parking spaces shall be provided as established in the Zoning 
Ordinance of Baltimore City, or in such lesser amount as may be authorized by 
Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals as a Special Exception or Variance. In 
addition to these requirements, off-street parking areas shall be visually 
screened from public streets and adjacent properties as provided for herein. 

b. All required parking spaces shall be provided with the proper in- 
gress and egi-ess to a public street or alley. 

c. All parking facilities shall be effectively screened. When fronting on 
public streets and adjacent properties, screening shall consist of a masonry wall 
or combination masonry wall and metal grille fence, not less than three (3) feet in 
height. Screening shall be maintained in good condition and shall be so designed 
and placed so as not to obstruct vehicle sight distances at entrances and exits. 
[Solid masonry walls shall be used.] Planti)ig islands or strips with shade treis 
are strongly encouraged. 

d. All exterior (surface) [parking] areas shall be paved with a hard, 
dust-free surface, and shall be properly illuminated, and maintained in a neat and 
clean manner. 

[e. A sign not exceeding sixteen square feet in area may be used to 
identify and control parking and loading.] 

4. [9.] Off-Street Loading, Storage and Service 

a. Where permitted by the Zoning Ordinance of Baltimore City, front, 
side, or rear yards may be used for loading, storage, or service. In addition to any 
requirements of the Zoning Ordinance, these areas shall be appropriately 
screened from all adjacent streets, alleys, and properties. Screening shall consist 
of an unperforated masonry wall or solid [metal grille] fence at \east four (Jt) 
[three (3)] feet in height. Use of barbed wire, glass or siinilar material is not per- 
mitted. 

b. All yards used for loading and vehicle storage and service shall be 
provided with the proper ingress and egress to a public street or alley by means 
of access drives and aisles. Such drives and aisles shall be consistent with the in- 
tended use of the property and shall not be excessive in size. 

c. All exterior (surface) parking areas shall l>e paved with a hard, dust- 
free surface, and shall be properly illuminated, and maintained in a neat and 
clean manner. 



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[d. A sign not exceeding two square feet in area may be used to identify 
and control parking and loading.] 

5. [10.] Refuse Storage 

All outdoor refuse storage areas and dumpsters on private property 
shall be screened from the view of adjacent properties and public rights-of-way, 
and no dumpsters or rubbish containers shall be exposed at the fronts of 
buildings. Screening shall consist of a masonry wall or metal fence, or combina- 
tion not less than five (5) feet in height. Trash storage areas shall be maintained 
in a neat and clean manner at all time. 



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(11. Existing Passageways 

a. All existing passageways fronting on any street or alley providing 
public access shall comply with all of the provisions of this Plan, especially 
maintenance and repair of exterior walls. 

b. They shall be kept structurally intact and free from hazards to the 
general public. 

c. They shall be kept free of debris by the abutting owner(s). 

d. All masonry surfaces shall be repaired and cleaned or painted to pre- 
sent a neat, fresh, and uniform appearance. 

e. Provision for metal security gates at each end of such passageways 
shall be the responsibility of the occupants of buildings immediately adjacent. 
These gates must be provided with a lock. Non-metal gates and non-metal locks 
are not permitted. It shall be the responsibility of first floor occupants of 
buildings immediately adjacent to both sides of such passageways to lock gates 
after normal business hours. Passageways must be provided with sufficient 
lighting if gates are to be left unlocked during normal business hours of 
darkness. When security gates are "open", they shall be fixed to the wall by a 
metal latch.] 

6. Footways and Entrances 

a. Sidewalks adjacent to all properties within the area boundaries shall 
be maintained in a manner consistent with applicable Baltimore City Codes and 
Ordinances. When required, sidewalk shall be repaired or replaced to present a 
neat and even appearance and in a manner that is compatible with the materials, 
design and finish uf adjacent pavement. 

b. This Plan encourages the use of adjacent sidewalk for cafes (outdoor 
table service) with or without awnings, where accessory to a restaurant use. A 
clear walkway not less than four (i) feet in width shall be maintained in accord- 
ance with provisions of City Ordinances. 

c. Doorways and entrances shall be designed with consideration for the 
needs of the handicapped and elderly. Stoops ayid steps with more than two risers 
shall be provided with a railing of compatible design. 



194 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 347 

d. Each building is required to display a postal address tnaiiber o)i the 
storefront. The nu)nber size, style, location shall be designed so that it is easily 
visible from the center line of the street. 

7. Soft Awnings 

a. Existing retractable awning boxes or fixed awning hardware on 
storefronts shall be reconditioned to accommodate a new awning which shall be 
compatible with the building design. Torn, frayed, faded or dirty awnings shall 
be reconditioned, repaired, cleaned or replaced. 

b. Awnings are to be installed along the full width of existing awning 
boxes and frames and on upper jloors over windows only. 

c. The color of the material and any graphic or striping shall be com- 
patible with the building architecture. 

d. Fixed awnings shall have a fall sujficient to shed a snow load. A 6 
inch fall for every foot should be the minimum. 

e. A wnings shall not be designed so as to prevent vehicular movetnent at 
the curb or to interfere with improvements to the public right-of-way such as 
street lights, landiicapi)ig, and street furniture. Awnings shall not be lower than 
eight (8) feet above the sidewalk, and one (1) foot inside the curb and shall other- 
wise conform with the provisions of City Ordinances. 

f Street level awnings shall tenninafe against the building at a height 
not to exceed one inch below the second jloor windows sill or yio higher than the 
bottojn of a first jloor cornice, unless it exists as a part of the cornice. 

8. Security Grilles 

a. Security screens, grates, bars, and grilles shall be designed to be as 
inconspicuous as possible. They shall be constructed of ywn-ferrous material or 
kept painted and free of rust. Non-metal grilles and screens shall be prohibited. 

b. Enclosures and housings for security grilles and screens shall be 
painted and compatible with the architecture of the storefront and the facade or 
hidden from view as an integral part of a sign or awning. 

c. All screens and grilles shall be totally opened or removed during the 
normal business hours. No signs or product advertising shall be pennitted on 
grilles or grille housing. 

Sec. 12. And be it further ordaintd, That the section on CompHance in Appen- 
dix A. of the Urban Renewal Plan shall be revised. Therefore, Page l(i, lines 
18-31 of Ordinance 100, dated June 19, 1984, are hereby amended to read as 
follows: 

///. CO.MPLIAXCE 

All rehabilitation work necessary to meet the [standards and provisions 
contained in Section 10 of this Ordinance] above standards for the Marktt Centt r 
West shall be completed within one (1) year from the [passage of this Oniinance] 



ORDINANCES 195 

the ejjective date of Ordinance No. 100, approved June 19, 198It unless extended 
by the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment. 

Thereafter, all work shall be completed in accordance with the date of com- 
pletion set forth in the notice from the Commissioner. A rt?as incorporated within 
the Market Center West project boundaries after June 19, 1984, must complete 
rehabilitation work within one(l) year from the effective date of the ordinance in 
which the new areas were first included. No work, alterations, or improvements 
shall be undertaken after enactment of [this Ordinance which do not] Ordinance 
No. 100, approved June 19, 198U which does not conform with the requirements 
[set forth in Section 10 of this Ordinance] herein. However, the Commissioner 
may waive compliance with one or more of the standards and provisions con- 
tained in Section 10 of this Ordinance if such waiver is determined by the Com- 
missioner not to adversely affect the objectives for Market Center West. 
Nothing herein shall be construed to permit any sign, construction, alteration, 
change, repair, use or any other matter otherwise forbidden or controlled by any 
other public law. 

Sec. \^. And be it further ordained, That any person violating the provisions of 
Section 9 of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject 
to a fine not exceeding One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) and that each day's viola- 
tion shall constitute a separate offense. 

Sec. 14. Atid be it further ordained. That the revised Exhibits: Exhibit 1, en- 
titled Lane Use Plan, dated as revised October 1, 1984; Exhibit 2, entitled Prop- 
erty Acquisition/Land Disposition, dated as revised October 1, 1984; and Exhibit 
3, entitled Zoning Districts, dated as revised October 1, 1984, are hereby ap- 
proved. 

Sec. 15. And be it further ordained, That in whatever respect, if any, the 
Renewal Plan approved hereby for the Market Center West area may not meet 
the requirements as to the content of a renewal plan or the procedure for the 
preparation, adoption, and approval of renewal plans as provided in Article 13 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume), the said requirements are 
hereby waived and the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted 
therefrom. 

Sec. 16. And If it furthtr ordained, That in the event it be judicially deter- 
mined that any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of 
iliis Ordinance, or tlie apijjication thereof to any persons or circumstances is in- 
valid, the remaining provisions and the application of such provisions to other 
persons or circum^^tanees shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City 
Council hereby declaring thai they would have ordained the remaining provisions 
ot this Ordinance without the word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section 
or pari, or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 17. And in' it furtfur ordained. That in any case where a provision of this 
Ordinance concerns the same subject matter as an existing provision of any zon- 
ing, building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordinance, or code or 



196 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 348 

regulation, tlie applicable provisions concerned shall be construed so as to give 
effect to each; provided, however, that if such provisions are found to be in ir- 
reconcilable conflict with an existing provision of any ordinance or code or 
regulation in force in the City of Baltimore which establishes a lower standard 
for the promotion and protection of the public health and safely, the provision of 
this Ordinance shall prevail, and the other existing provision of such other or- 
dinance or code or regulation is hereby repealed to the extent that it may be 
found in conflict with this Ordinance. 

Skc". 18. A)td be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



A^iproved April 10, VJi^:') 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFLK. M,n, 



/or. 



No. 348 
' (Council No. (HO) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

STREET ENCROACHMENT- 12 E. MT. VERNON PLACE 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the construction and maintenance of a light 
vault projecting not more than 5 feet into the public right of way from the 
south wall of 12 E. Mt. Vernon Place. 

BY authority 

Article 32 -Building Code of Baltimore City 

Section 310.1 

Building Code of Baltimore City (1982 Edition and Supplement) 

StCTloN 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council oj'Baltintore, That 
the construction and maintenance of a light vault is hereby authorized not more 
than 5 feet from the south wall of the improvements known as 12 E. Mt. Vernon 
Place into the adjoining sidewalk. Except as specifically provided, all ordinances 
and rules and regulations of the Mayor and City Council shall be complied with in 
the construction and use of said structures. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Ap|)tn\fd -April 10. Lt>.') 

WILLIA.M DONALD SCIIALFKK. .U./v". 



ORDINANCES 197 

No. 349 
(Council No. 643) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary special fund appropriation in the 
amount of One Hundred Twenty-three Thousand Six Hundred Seventy-five 
Dollars ($123,675) to the Department of Planning to be used for Unified 
Transportation Planning Program studies in Baltimore City. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX2) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.\s, the money appropriated herein represents a grant from a public 
source which could not be expected with reasonable certainty at the time of for- 
mulation of the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates; and 

Wheke.^s, the supplementary special fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recomn\ended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 30th day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX2) of 
the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX2) of the 1964 revision (as 
amended) of the Charter of Baltimore City, the sum of One Hundred Twenty- 
three Thousand Six Hundred Seventy-five Dollars ($123,675) shall be made 
available to the Department of Planning of the City of Baltimore as a supple- 
mentary special fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985 for 
the purpose of Unified Transportation Planning Program studies in Baltimore 
City. The amount thus made availble as a supplementary special fund appropria- 
tion shall be expended from a grant of funds to the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore by the State Regional Planning Council, said sum being specifically 
allotted to the Mayor and City Council of Baltmiore for the aforesaid purpose; 
and said funds from said State Regional Planning Council shall be the source of 
revenue for this supplementary special fund appropriation, as required by Arti- 
cle VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

A|.|.r(.vt'(l .April 10. WiK) 

WILLIAM DONALD SCllALFLK, Mayor. 



198 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 350 

No. 350 
(Council Ni). U4ii) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purposes of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Two Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars ($270,000) to the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development to be used for new sidewalks, 
shade trees and other capital improvements in the 400 block of West Redwood 
Street. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hK3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maiyland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of siiid cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such aFiiount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Dei)artnient of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article \'I, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (19G4 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new progi-am which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article \T, Section 
2(hK3) of said Charter; and 

* Whereas, the supplementary loan fund ai)propriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, saiii recom- 
mendation having been made it a regular meeting of said Board held on the 3t»th 
day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article \'I. Section 2(hK3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (19H4 Revision as amendeii). 

Section 1. Be it ordntiad by On- Mmjin' uml City i\>i(iiri( n/Bitltiinnn . That 
under the jirovisions of Article \T. Section 2(h)(3) of the liKi4 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Two Hundred Se\ eiuy Thou- 
sand Dollars (.S27o.O()()) .shall be made available to the l)epartn:ent ui Housing 
and Coiiiniunit} Develiipiik-iu of the Cily of Baltimore as a suppleiiieniai-y loan 



ORDINANCES 199 

fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of 
new sidewalks, shade trees and other capital improvements in the 400 block of 
West Redwood Street. The amount thus made available as a supplementary loan 
fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived from the issuance of 
certificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on 
November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount from this source 
which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining 
the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said 
funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 
Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Apjjj-oved April 10, 198; 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK, Mnyi 



No. 351 
(Council No. 647) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purposes of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Two Hundred Eighty Five Thousand Dollars ($285,000) to the 
Department of Housing and Community Development to be used for new 
street lights, sidewalks, shade trees and other capital improvements in the 
University Mews District. 

BY authority of 

.Ai-ticle VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1^64 Revision as amended) 

WiiEKtAS, the Mayor and C'ily Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
titicates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

WiiKKKAS, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
I tilicates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
•i and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 



200 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 351 

to balance tlie budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

WHfciKKAS, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 30th 
day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimoi-e City as amended, the sum of Two Hundred Eighty-five 
Thousand Dollars ($285,000) shall be made available to the Department of Hous- 
ing and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary 
loan fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose 
of new street lights, sidewalks, shade trees and other capital improvements in 
the University Mews District. The amount thus made available as a supplemen- 
tary loan fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived from the is- 
suance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore 
City on November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount from this 
source which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in deter- 
mining the tax levy rei]uired to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and 
said funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan fund ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved A|iril 10, 1985 

W ILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFKR. Maii<>r. 



ORDINANCES 201 

No. 352 
(Council No. 648) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purposes of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Sixty Five Thousand Dollars ($65,000) to the Department of Hous- 
ing and Community Development to be used for new sidewalks, shade trees 
and other capital improvements in the 600 block of West Lexington Street. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by Crty Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

Wheke.\s, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Wheke.as, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 30th 
day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section, 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Sixty-five Thousand Dollars 
($65,000) shall be made available to the Department of Housing and Conmiunity 
Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of new sidewalks, 



202 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 353 

shade trees and other capital improvements in the 600 block of West Lexington 
Street. The amount thus made available as a supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion shall be expended from revenue derived from the issuance of certificates of 
indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, 
said amount being in excess of the amount from this source which was estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source 
of revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropriation, as required by Article 
VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved April 10, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Main 



No. 353 
(Council No. 649) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purposes of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Ninety Thousand Dollars ($90,000) to the Department of Housing 
and Community Development to be used for construction of a Market Center 
Garage Plaza in the 200 block of North Eutaw Street. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.as, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6. 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article \'I, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 



ORDINANCES 203 

WnKKKAS, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably l)e anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
L!(hK3) of said Charter; and 

WntUKAS, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 30th 
day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (19()4 Revision as amended). 

SkctioN 1. Be it oi'dauud by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Ninety Thousand Dollars 
($90,000) shall be made available to the Department of Housing and Community 
Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of construction of a 
Market Center Garage Plaza in the 200 block of North Eutaw Street. The 
amount thus made available as a supplementary loan fund appropriation shall be 
expended from revenue derived from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness 
as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, said amount 
being in excess of the amount from this source which was estimated or relied 
upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance 
the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue 
for this supplementary loan fund appropriation, as required by Article VI, Sec- 
tion 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Skc. 2. .-l//(/ It it farlln r (irdai)ied, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the dale «)f its passage. 



Ajjjiroved April ID. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, May< 



204 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 354 

No. 3r)4 
(Council No. (150) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purposes of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Eighty Thousand Dollars ($80,000) to the Department of Housing 
and Community Development to be used for new street lights, sidewalks, shade 
trees and other capital improvements in the unit block of West Lombard Street. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.^s, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and 0\-dinance; and 

Where.as, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the Baltimore City 
Charier (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article \'I, Section 
2(h)(3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 30th 
day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article \'I, Section 2(hK3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by thf. Mayor and City Council ofBaltiniore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revisii)n of the 
Charter of Baltimore City /is amended, the sum of Eighty Thousand Dollars 
($80,000) shall be made available to the Department of Housing and Community 
Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, fur the purpose of new street lights, 



ORDINANCES 205 

sidewalks, shade trees and other capital improvements in the unit block of West 
Lombard Street. The amount thus made available as a supplementary loan fund 
appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived from the issuance of cer- 
tificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on 
November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount from this source 
which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining 
the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said 
funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 
Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



A|)proved April 10, 1965 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 355 
(Council No. 651) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000) to the Department of Housing 
and Community Development to be used for new street lights in the 200 blocks 
of South Greene and South Paca Streets and in the 500 blocks of West Pratt 
Street and Washington Boulevard. 

BY authority of 

Article \'I- Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WnKHfciAS, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
titicates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

\\ HfciKLAS, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 



206 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 355 

and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 30th 
day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars 
($40,000) shall be made available to the Department of Housing and Community 
Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of new street lights 
in the 200 blocks of South Greene and South Paca Streets and in the 500 blocks of 
West Pratt Street and Washington Boulevard. The amount thus made available 
as a supplementary loan fund appropriation shall be expended from revenue 
derived from the issuance of certificates of indebtedness as authorized by the 
voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of 
the amount from this source which was estimated or relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 
1985 fiscal year; and said funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplemen- 
tary loan fund appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved Apiil 10, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SrilAKFKli. M>i;inr. 



ORDINANCES 207 

No. 356 
(Council No. 652) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary loan fund appropriation in the 
amount of One Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars ($170,000) to the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development to be used for new street 
lights, sidewalks, shade trees and other capital improvements in the 200/300 
blocks of West Fayette Street and in the 200/300/400 blocks of West 
Baltimore Street. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore was authorized by Resolu- 
tion I of the Members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, by City Ordinance 120 approved June 25, 1984, and by ratifica- 
tion of the voters of Baltimore City on November 6, 1984 to borrow an amount 
not to exceed Twelve Million Dollars ($12,000,000) and to issue and sell cer- 
tificates of indebtedness for the uses and purposes set forth in said Resolution 
and Ordinance; and 

Wheke.as, the money appropriated herein represents a partial issue of said cer- 
tificates of indebtedness, such amount being in excess of the revenues estimated 
and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required 
to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Housing and Community Development pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Wheke.a.s, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance vsith Article VI, Section 
2(hK3) of said Charter; and 

Wheueas, the supplementary loan fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recom- 
mendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on the 30th 
day of January, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Se( TiK.N 1. Be it ord(U)t(d by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Hundred Seventy Thou- 
sand Dollars ($i70,()()()) siiail be made available to the Department of Housing 



208 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 357 

and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary loan 
fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of 
new street lights, sidewalks, shade trees and other capital improvements in the 
200/300 blocks of West Fayette Street and in the 200/300/400 blocks of West 
Baltimore Street. The amount thus made available as a supplementary loan fund 
appropriation shall be expended from revenue derived from the issuance of cer- 
tificates of indebtedness as authorized by the voters of Baltimore City on 
November 6, 1984, said amount being in excess of the amount from this source 
which was estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining 
the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said 
funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary loan fund appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 
Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Apijroved April 10, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAFFER. Ma 



nor 



No. 357 
(Council No. 71(>) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF 
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary special fund appropriation in the 
amount of Seventeen Million Seven Hundred Nineteen Thousand Dollars 
($17,719,000) to the Department of Housing and Community Development to 
be used for cari7ing out capital improvements included in the Feileral Com- 
munity Development Block Grant Program for Baltimore City (Year XI). 

BY authority of 

.\rticle VI - Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hK2) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whekeas, the entitlement application by Baltimore City for a Community 
Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban 
Development for the Grant Year XI beginning January 1, 1985 proposes funding 
of $12,513,000 for operating activities and $17,719,000 for capital improvements 
(including $3,418,000 of program income); and 

Wheke.as, it is intended that the aforementioned $12,513,000 for o})erating ac- 
tivities will be made available in the fiscal 1986 Ordinance of Estimates in 



ORDINANCES 209 

amounts to City Agencies as follows: $7,031,000 to the Department of Housing 
and Community Development; $394,000 to the Department of Planning; and 
$5,088,000 to the Urban Services Agency; and 

Whereas, it is intended that the aforementioned $17,719,000 for capital im- 
provements will be made available to the Department of Housing and Communi- 
ty Development by supplementary appropriation ordinance; and 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents program income and a 
grant from a public source which could not be expected with reasonable certainty 
at the time of formulation of the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates; and 

Whereas, the supplementary special fund appropriation ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, the said 
recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held on 
the 20th day of March, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX2) of 
the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX2) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City, the sum of Seventeen Million Seven Hundred Nine- 
teen Thousand Dollars ($17,719,000) shall be made available to the Department 
of Housing and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as a sup- 
plementary special fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985 
for the purpose of carrying out capital improvements included in the Federal 
Community Development Block Grant Program for Baltimore City (Year XI), 
provided that said improvements shall consist of the following named projects: 

Baltimore Jobs in Energy'* $ 67,000 

CEBO 300,000 

Charles Center 10,000 

Coldspring 15,000 

Druid Heights 71,000 

East Baltimore Midway 300,000 

Economic Dev: BEDCO 917,000 

Economic Dev: Commercial Revitalization 242,000 

Emergency Demolition 24,000 

Fells Point 61,000 

Financial District 15,000 

Franklin Square 1,004,000 

Gay Street 25,000 

Govans 274,000 

Greenmount West 41,000 

Hardship Repair for the Elderly 75,000 

Housing Assistance Corporation* 100,000 

Inner Harbor East 412,000 

Inner Harbor I 218,000 

Inner Harbor West 430,000 

Interim Loan Fund 100,000 

Johnston Square 294,000 

'Special Projects for Neighborhoods. 



210 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 357 

Jonestown 630,000 

Jubilee Baltimore, Inc.* 50,000 

Loft District 107,800 

Market Center West 359,200 

Market Center 2,165,000 

Middle East 732,000 

Mid-Town Belvedere 305,000 

Mondawniin Transit Station 3,000 

Municipal Center 15,000 

Neighborhood Housing Services* 75,000 

Neighborhood Housing Services* 165,000 

North Avenue/Walbrook 244,000 

Oldtown $ 14,000 

Oliver 314,000 

Orchard Biddle ". 222,000 

Outer City -Northeast 344,000 

Outer City -Southwest 77,000 

Park Heights 39,000 

Penn North Transit Station 562,000 

Poppleton 939,000 

Rehab. Aid (Doctrow) 2,200,000 

Reisterstown Transit Station 19,000 

Relocation Services 1,268,000 

Rogers Avenue Transit Station 50,000 

Rosemont Neighborhood Impr. Assoc* 50,000 

Rosemont 130,000 

Sandtown Winchester 488,000 

Siiarp-Leadenhall 10,000 

Special UDAG Development 100.000 

St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center' 25,000 

Trancare Inc. of Maryland* 45.000 

Upper Fells Point 16,000 

Upton 344.000 

Washington Hill-Chapel 203.000 

Washington \'illage 358.000 

West Coldspring Transit Station 56,000 

Total $17,719,000 

'Special Projects for Neighborhoods. 

The amount thus made available as a supplementary special fund appropriation 
shall be expended from progi'am income ($3,418,000) and from a gi-ant of funds 
($14,301,000) to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Housing and Urban Development under Title I of the Housing and Com- 
munity Development Act of 1974 as amended; said sum being specifically allot- 
ted to the Mayor and City Council for the aforesaid purpose; and said funtis from 
sail! U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and from program in- 
come shall l)e the source of revenue for this supplementary sjiecial fund ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision as amended). 



ORDINANCES 211 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved April 10, l*i8; 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, May( 



No. 358 
(Council No. 618) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING- AMENDMENT TO PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of amending Ordinance No. 1024 (1983) and the approval of the 
revised application of the D.R. Development Joint Venture, Inc. to have the 
property known as 1040-1044 West Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore City, 
Maryland, located west of Roland Avenue and north of Cold Spring Lane, as 
outlined on the revised plat accompanying this Ordinance, designated a 
Residential Planned Development in accordance with Section 12.0-1 and 
12.0-2 of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as 
amended) and to approve the revised Development Plans submitted by D.R. 
Development Joint Venture, Inc. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 12.0-1, 12.0-2 and 12.0-2(d) 
Section 9.01 c. 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume as amended) 

WnEHE.AS, on September 28, 1983, Ordinance No. 1024 approved the Deer 
Ridge Terrace Condominium as a Residential Planned Unit Development; and 

Wheke.^s, on September 20, 1984, the Planning Commission approved a 
modification of the landscape plan, parking and unit density, which was subse- 
quently approved on October 23, 1984 by the Board of Municipal and Zoning Ap- 
peals; and 

WntHEAS, the approved modifications result in a total unit density of seventy- 
six (76) units consisting of eight (8) single-family townhouses and the mid-rise 
structure plans being reduced to sixty-eight (68) units. The modified landscaping 
plan shows the location of the townhouse units and open space parking areas; and 

Whereas, .together herewith D.R. Development Joint Venture, Inc. has 
previously submitted, under Ordinance No. 1024, the requisite development 
plans and documentation as set forth in the requirements as specified in Sections 
12-0-1 and 12.0-2 of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement 
Volume, as amended) now, therefore 



212 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 358 

Skction 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the application of D.R. Development Joint Ventiu'e, Inc. and Ordinance No. 1024 
(1983) as amended, which designates the property located west of Roland 
Avenue and north of Cold Spring Lane, as outlined on the plats accompanying 
this Ordinance, a Residential Planned Development pursuant to Article 30. Sec- 
tions 12.0-1 and 12.0-2 (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) be and it is 
hereby approved as amended. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Development Plan, Condominium 
Documents, and other documents referenced in the recital paragraphs 
hereinabove submitted by D.R. Development Joint Venture, Inc., attached 
hereto and made a part hereof, be and are hereby approved. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That subsequent to the passage of this 
Ordinance by the City Council, all changes in the approved plan for the develop- 
ment of the property shall be reviewed and approved by the Planning Commis- 
sion for insurance of such changes consistent with this Ordinance. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this Ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of each set of plans which is a part 
hereof, and approved hereby, and in order to give notice to the departments 
which are administering the Zoning Ordinance, said set of plans shall be signed 
by the President of the City Council, and, upon approval of the Ordinance by the 
Mayor, said sets of plans shall be signed by the Mayor of the City of Baltimore, 
and the City Treasurer shall transmit a copy of the Ordinance and one (1) set of 
plans to the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, a copy of the Ordinance and 
one (1) set of plans to the Planning Commission, and a copy of the Ordinance and 
one (1) set of plans to the Zoning Administrator of Baltimore City. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of passage. 

Approvt^d .\ptil l(i, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFLIi. M.ninr. 



ORDINANCES 213 

No. 351) 
(Council No. 5) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING - APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
DOMICILIARY CARE HOME 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of a domiciliary care home on the property known as 16 S. Patterson 
Park Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

By authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4. 8- ID and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of a domiciliary care home on the property known as 16 S. Patterson Park 
Avenue as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance, under the 
provisions of Sections 4.8-lD and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1983 Replacement Volume) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordair.ed. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect thirty 
days from the date of its passage. 

Approved April '^2, liJ^S.') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



214 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 360 

No. 360 
(Council No. 302) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING - APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 

PARKING LOT-SINGER AVENUE EAST OF 

CHESTNUT S TREE T AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of an open off-street parking area on the property located on Singer 
Avenue east of Chestnut Stre e t AVENUE, as outlined in red on the plats 
accompanying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4.7-ld and lL0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section L Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council ofBaltiinore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of an open off-street parking area on the property located on Singer Avenue east 
of Chestnut S tr ee t AVENUE, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 4.7-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall than transmit a oopy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Skc. 3. And be it/urther urdaintd, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 

Al)pn)VcMl A|.ril 22. liKSf) 

WILLIA.M DONALD SCIIALFLK. .U.///..,. 



ORDINANCES 215 

No. 361 
(Council No. 62G) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

STREET ENCROACHMENT- 100 S. CHARLES STREET 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the construction and maintenance of a double set 
of stairs with a landing projecting not more than 6 feet from the south wall of 
100 S. Charles Street. 

BY authority 

Article 32 - Building Code of Baltimore City 

Section 310.2 

Building Code of Baltimore City (1982 Edition and Supplement) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the construction and maintenance of a masonry structure consisting of a set of 
stairs with a landing is hereby authorized on the south wall of the improvements 
known as 100 S. Charles Street. The steps and landing shall project not more 
than 6 feet into the public right of way and are located within the fire limits of the 
Building Code. Except as specifically provided, all ordinances and rules and 
regulations of the Mayor and City Council shall be complied with in the construc- 
tion and use of said structures. 

Sec. 2.A)id be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Ai)iirov».'(l .April 22. UJ.Sf) 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLR, Mmjur. 



No. 3(52 
(Ct.ii!u-il No. (Wi-1) 

AN OKDINANCL (•..liivrning 

(ITV I'ROl'ERTlES-SALfc: 

F( )K iho |.urp.)Si' .it' aiulioiizin^ iho Mayor and City Council of Balliinore (o sell 
ill ciilK-r |»ul.lii-oi- pii\au- .-ak-all of the inlcivsl of lik- Mayor and Cily ('(.uiiril 
"f lialiimort- in and i.. cerlain part-els of land and improvements loealed at 
ITuoaii.l ITul Fa>i North Avenue. Baltimore, Marylan<l, said panels of land 
aii.j iniproVeUK'nt.-' liein^ no longer neetied lor publie use. 

HV auiht.rii\ ..f 

.\rihK- \-( Mii.piruller 

S.ri,.,n :)(!.) 

HalliiiioiT Ciiv. Cluiiu r ( I'.ti; 1 lie\ isioii. a.s aiiieiiilfd) 



^16 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 363 

Skc'IIon 1. Be it onldincd by the Mayor and City Council of Haiti more. Thai 
the Comptroller of Baltimore City be and he is hereby authorized to sell at either 
public or private sale in accordance with Article V. Section 5(b) of the City 
Charter, all of the interest of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore in and to 
those |)ai-cels of land and improvements situate in Baltimore, Maryland, and 
(k'scribeil as follows: 

1700 East North Avenue (Block 4159, Portion of Lot 4), formerly known as 
Samuel Gompers Junior-Senior High School Playground, containing 47,987 
scjuare feet of vacant land, more or less. 

1701 East North Avenue (Block 1446, Lot 16), formerly known as Samuel 
Gompers Junior-Senior High School, containing 37,776 scjuare feet of land, more 
or jess. 

Said propeities being no longer needed for public use. 

Skc. 2. Be it fart Iter ordained, That no deed or deeds shall pass in accordance 
herewith until the same shall have been first approved by the City Solicitor. 

Skc. 3. And be it fart fie r ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Apj)rove(l .A.piil 22, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK. Mayn 



No. 3(J3 
(Council No. 679) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS 
ROYAL QUALITY FOODS, INC. PROJECT 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to issue, sell and deliver, at any time or from time to time, and in 
one or more series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith 
and credit, its economic development revenue bonds, to be designated 

. "Baltimore City, Maryland Economic Development Revenue Bonds (Royal 
Quality Foods, Inc. Project)", in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed 
$1,400,000, pursuant to the provisions of the Maryland Economic Develop- 
ment Revenue Bond Act, as amended, for the sole and exclusive purpose of 
financing the costs, charges, fees and expenses in connection with the acquisi- 
tion of certain real property located at 306 and 308 Stinson Street, Baltimore, 
Maryland and the construction of certain improvements, alterations and addi- 
tions to a meat processing and meat storage plant located on the 300 block of 
Stinson Street, Baltimore, Maryland; authorizing the Mayor to accept, on 
behalf of the Mayor and City Council, the letter of intent of Harvey E. 



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ORDINANCES 217 

Hayutin, trustee under trusts for Michael Jay Hayutin and Cynthia H. Furst, 
dated January 14, 1985 and providing that the Mayor and City Council may 
choose not to issue such bonds; making certain legislative findings; authorizing 
and empowering the Board of Finance, prior to the issuance, sale and delivery 
of such bonds, to adopt a resolution pursuant to which the Board of Finance 
shall prescribe, among other things, the forms, terms, provisions, manner or 
method of issuing and selling, and the time or times of issuance, and any and 
all other details of such bonds, and do any and all things necessary, proper or 
expedient in connection with the issuance and sale of such bonds; authorizing 
the private (negotiated) sale of such bonds; providing that Harvey E. Hayutin 
shall agree to submit any plans and specifications to, and to coordinate with, 
the Department of Housing and Community Development in connection with 
any improvements to said buildings and make best efforts to use certain 
minority firms in connection with certain procurements; providing that, ex- 
cept under certain circumstances, Royal Quality Foods, Inc., prior to the is- 
suance and sale of such bonds, shall have received the approval of the Mayor's 
Office of Manpower Resources of a final plan covering the future hiring needs 
of Royal Quality Foods, Inc. and its utilization of the training and recruitment 
services of that Office; providing that, except under certain circumstances, if 
such bonds are not issued and sold within six months after the date on which 
this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor, the authorization provided in this 
Ordinance to issue and sell such bonds shall expire; and generally providing for 
and determining various matters and details in connection with the authoriza- 
tion, issuance, security, sale and payment of such bonds. 

RECITALS 

The Mar}'land Economic Development Revenue Bond Act, Sections 266A 
through 266-1. inclusive, of Article 41 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as 
amended (the ''Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
(the "City") to issue revenue bonds and to use the proceeds of the sale of such 
revenue bonds to finance undertakings for the accomplishment of any of the pur- 
poses, objects and powers of the City. Some of the general objectives of the City 
contemplated by the Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of unemploy- 
ment in Baltimore City, encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced 
economy in Baltimore City, promoting economic development in Baltimore City, 
and promoting the health, welfare and safety of the residents of Baltimore City! 

The City has received a letter of intent dated Januaiy 14, 1985 (the "Letter of 
Intent") from Harvey E. Hayutin, trustee under trusts for Michael Jay Hayutin 
and Cynthia H. Furst (the "Borrower"), pursuant to which the Borrower has re- 
quested the City to participate in the financing of the costs of, and the charges, 
fees and expenses incurred in connection with, a certain economic development 
project (the "Project") by issuing and selling economic development revenue 
bonds of the City in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $1,400,000 
(the "Bonds"), and by loaning the proceeds of the Bonds to the Borrower, upon 
the terms and conditions of a loan agi-eement to be entered into between the City 
and the Borrower (the "Loan Agreement"), as permitted by the Enabling Law 
(such loan being herein referred to as the "Loan"). 



^1« ORDINANCES Ord. No. 363 

The Project to be financed with the proceeds of the Bonds will consist of: (a) the 
acquisition of two (2) residences known as 306 and 308 Stinson Street, located in 
Baltimore City, Maryland, (b) the renovation of approximately 35,000 square 
feet of a building located at 300 Stinson Street in Baltimore City, Mar>'land, (c) 
the demolition of the improvements on the property known as 320 Stinson Street 
and the construction of a building containing approximately 5,000 square feet on 
that property, (d) the demolition of the improvements on the property known as 
304, 306, 308, 310, 312, 314 and 316 Stinson Street and the construction of a 
building containing approximately 16,000 square feet on that property, (e) the ac- 
quisition and installation in those buildings of such machinery and equipment and 
any and ail improvements to the buildings as may be necessary or useful in con- 
nection with the operation of a meat processing and meat storage plant, and (f) 
the acquisition of such other interests in land as may be necessary or suitable for 
the Project, including roads and rights of access, utilities and 
necessary site preparation facilities. The Borrower will lease the Project to Royal 
Quality Foods, Inc., a Mar^'land corporation (the "Project User"), under a lease 
agreement. 

The Loan Agreement will require the Borrower (a) to use the proceeds of the 
Bonds solely to finance the Project, and (b) to make Loan payments which will be 
sufficient to enable the City to pay the principal of, and the interest and 
premium, if any, on the Bonds when and as the same shall oecome due and 
payable. 

As security for the Bonds, the City will enter into a bond indenture (the "Bond 
Indenture") with either (a) a corporate trustee (the "Tmstee") to be appointed by 
the Board of Finance of Baltimore Cit>' (the "Board") for the benefit of the 
holders of the Bonds, or (b) the original purchaser of the Bonds (the "Original 
Purchaser") and a trustee for the disbursement of the proceeds of the Bonds 
(which may be the Original Purchaser) (the "Project Fund Trustee"). Pursuant to 
the Bond Indenture the City shall pledge, assign, transfer and set over to the 
Tmstee or the Original Purchaser and the Project Fund Tmstee, their respective 
successors and assigns, and grant a security interest in (among other things) (a) 
all of the City's right, title and interest in and to and remedies under the Loan 
Agreement, including (without limitation) any and all security referred to in the 
Loan Agreement, excepting only the right of the City to indemnification by the 
Borrower and to payments to the City for expenses incurred by the City itself, (b) 
the receipts and revenues of the City from the Loan, (c) certain moneys that are 
at any time or from time to time on deposit with the Tmstee or the Project Fund 
Tmstee, (d) all right, title and interest in and to and remedies with respect to any 
and all other property of every description and nature from time to time which by 
"delivery or by writing of any kind is conveyed, pledged, assigned or transferred, 
as and for additional security for the Bonds, by the City or by anyone on its 
behalf or with its written consent, to the Tmstee or the Original Purchaser and 
the Project Fund Tmstee, their respective successors or assigns, and (e) all of the 
City's right, title and interest in and to and remedies under such other 
documents, including (without limitation) mortgages, deeds of tmsts, guaranties 
and security instmments, as the Board shall deem necessary to effectuate the is- 
suance, sale and delivery of the Bonds and which the Board shall ai4)rove by a 
resolution or resolutions (the "Resolution") to be adopted by the Board prior to 
the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds. If the Board finds and deter- 



ORDINANCES 219 

mines, pursuant to the Resolution, that the appointment of a Trustee for the 
benefit of the holders of the Bonds is not required in order to issue, sell, and 
deliver the Bonds and that the Project will be completed on or before the date of 
delivery of the Bonds, the Board may provide in the Resolution that the Project 
Fund Trustee is not necessary and that the City will enter into the Bond Inden- 
ture with only the Original Purchaser. 

The Bonds will be sold at a private (negotiated) sale. 

NOW THEREFORE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
acting pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as 
follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to lend the proceeds thereof to the Borrower for the sole and 
exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the Project will facilitate and expedite 
the completion of the Project by the Borrower. 

(2) The completion of the Project by the Borrower and the financing thereof as 
provided in this Ordinance will serve to promote the general purposes con- 
templated by the Enabling Law by (a) sustaining jobs and employment in 
Baltimore City, (b) promoting economic development in Baltimore City, and (c) 
encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore City. 

(3) Neither the Bonds nor the interest thereon shall ever constitute a pledge of 
or involve the faith and credit of the taxing power of the City, and neither shall 
ever constitute a debt of the City within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of 
the Constitution of Mainland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter 
provision limiting or restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other 
obligations of the City, and neither shall ever constitute or give rise to any 
pecuniary liability of the City. The Bonds and the interest thereon shall be 
limited obligations of the City, repayable by the City solely from the revenue 
derived from Loan repayments (both principal and interest) made to the City by 
the Borrower on account of the Loan and from any other moneys made available 
to the City for such purpose. The proceeds of the Bonds will be paid directly to 
the Trustee or the Project Fund Trustee to be held and disbursed by the Trustee 
or the Project Fund Ti-ustee as provided in the Bond Indenture to be approved by 
the Board in the Resolution, provided, however, that if the Board finds and 
determines, pursuant to the Resolution, that the Project will be completed on or 
before the date of delivery of the Bonds, the Board may provide in the Resolution 
that the proceeds of the Bonds will be paid directly to the Borrower, or for the ac- 
count of the Borrower, to be used by the Borrower to pay the costs of, or to reim- 
burse the Borrower for the payment of the costs of, the completion of the Proj- 
ect, as provided in the Bond Indenture to be approved by the Board in the 
Resolution. Payments of the principal of and the interest and premium, if any, on 
the Loan will be paid by the Borrower directly to the Trustee or to the Original 
Purchaser, its successors and assigns, as provided in the Bond Indenture to be 
approved by the Board in the Resolution. No such moneys will be commingled 
with the funds of the City or will be subject to the absolute control of the City, 
but will be subject only to such limited supervision and checks as are deemed 



220 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 363 

necessai7 or desirable by the City to insure that the proceeds of the Bonds are 
used to accomphsh the pubHc purposes of the Enabling Law and this Ordinance. 
The loan form of transaction authorized hereunder shall in no event constitute a 
capital project within the meaning of any charter or statutory provision. The 
public purposes expressed in the Enabling Law are to be achieved by facilitating 
the completion of the Project by the Borrower. 

(4) The City will acquire no interest in the Project other than (a) any general in- 
terest in the Borrower's property shared by all holders of the Borrower's obliga- 
tions which rank and are secured equally with the Borrower's obligations pur- 
suant to the Loan Agreement, (b) any lien and security interest created by the 
Loan Agreement, and (c) any interest created by any other mortgage or deed of 
trust or other security instrument executed and delivered by the Borrower or 
any third part>^ as security for the Loan or the Bonds as the Board may provide 
for and approve in the Resolution. The security for the Bonds shall be solely and 
exclusively (a) the absolute, irrevocable and unconditional obligations of the Bor- 
rower to make the payments required by the Loan Agi'eement, (b) moneys 
realized from the liquidation of any lien and security interest created by the Loan 
Agreement and of any other lien or security' interest created with respect to any 
property as security for the Loan or the Bonds as the Board may provide for and 
approve in the Resolution, and (c) moneys realized from any guaranty or in- 
surance of, or other credit support for, the Bonds or of the Loan as the Board 
may provide for and approve in the Resolution. 

(5) The best interests of the Cit>' will be served by selling the Bonds at a private 
(negotiated) sale, as authorized by the Enabling Law, upon terms and conditions 
approved by the Board in the Resolution. 

(6) The issuance of the Bonds shall be accomplished in accordance with the 
laws, regulations, policies, and procedures applicable to the City, and the ap- 
proval for the issuance of the Bonds includes a consideration of the purposes of 
the Enabling Act and of the guidelines and requirements set forth in Sections 7 
and 8 of Executive Order OLOL 1985.01 - Proclamation on Private Activity Bond 
Allocations for 1985 and Later- issued by the Governor of Marj'land on January 
14, 1985. The specific guidelines and requirements considered include (a) the 
availability or feasibility of conventional financing on reasonable terms to finance 
the Project, (b) the competitive effect of the issuance of the Bonds on other 
business entities conducting business activities similar to those of the Project 
User within Baltimore Cit}', (c) the necessity for the issuance of the Bonds for 
competitive economic development purposes to insure job opportunities and to 
provide for a sulYicient tax base, and (d) the feasibility of requiring the Borrower 
•to make best efforts to use minority firms, as defined in Section 8-601 of Article 
21 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, in the constmction of the 
Project or the provision of services or supplies with the proceeds of the Bonds. 

Stc. 2. And be it further ordained. That the Cit>' is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue, sell and deliver, at any time, or from time to time, and in one or 
more series, and as limited obligations of the Citj' and not upon its full faith and 
credit, its economic development revenue bonds in the aggi'egate principal 
amount not to exceed $1,400,000, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The 
proceeds of the Bonds will be loaned to the Borrower pursuant to the terms and 



ORDINANCES 221 

provisions of the Loan Agreement, to be used by the Borrower for the sole and 
exclusive purpose of financing the costs, charges, fees, and expenses in connec- 
tion with the completion of the Project. The Bonds and the interest thereon shall 
be limited obligations of the City, repayable by the City solely from the revenue 
derived from Loan repayments (both principal and interest) made to the City by 
the Borrower pursuant to the Loan Agreement and from any other moneys made 
available to the City for such purpose. The security for the Bonds shall be solely 
and exclusively as provided in Section 1 of this Ordinance. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance constitutes the commit- 
ment of the City to issue the Bonds, and the Mayor of Baltimore City is hereby 
authorized to accept the Letter of Intent on behalf of the City in order to further 
evidence the commitment of the City to issue the Bonds in accordance with the 
terms and provisions of this Ordinance. The City reserves the right, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, to take any actions deemed necessai^ by the City in 
order to insure that the City (1) complies with present federal and state laws and 
any pending or future federal or state legislation, whether proposed or enacted, 
which may affect or restrict (by volume limitation or otherwise) the issuance of 
industrial development bonds, and (2) issues its industrial development bonds, 
within the limits imposed by such present laws or any such pending or future 
legislation or any future local laws, to finance those facilities which the City 
determines, in its sole and absolute discretion, will provide the greatest benefit 
to the residents of the City and the State of Maryland. In particular, the City 
reserves the right to choose to issue its industrial development bonds in order to 
finance economic development projects other than the Project in such order of 
priority as it may determine in its sole and absolute discretion. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That each of the Bonds shall bear the 
descriptive title "Baltimore City, Maryland Economic Development Revenue 
Bonds (Royal Quality Foods, Inc. Project)", provided, that the descriptive title 
may contain such other descriptive information as the Board may prescribe in 
the Resolution (e.g., "1985 Series"). The Bonds shall bear interest at the rate or 
rates of interest to be determined by negotiation with the Original Purchaser or 
other purchasers of the Bonds and to be approved and prescribed by the Board in 
the Resolution. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That the definitive Bonds, which may be 
engraved, printed or typewritten, including any Trustee's certificate of authen- 
tication to be endorsed thereon, shall be in such form, not inconsistent with the 
Enabling Law and the provisions of this Ordinance, as the Board may approve in 
the Resolution. 

Sec. 6. Ayid be it further ordained, That the Bonds shall be executed in the 
name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of Baltimore City, by his manual 
or facsimile signature, and by the Director of Finance of Baltimore City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal, by his manual signature. The Loan Agreement, the 
Bond Indenture and, where applicable, all other documents as the Board shall 
deem necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, shall 



222 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 363 

be executed in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of Baltimore 
City by his manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a 
facsimile thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and at- 
tested by the Custodian of the City Seal by his manual signature. In case any of- 
ficer whose signature or a facsimile of whose signature shall appear on the Bonds 
or any of the aforesaid documents shall cease to be such officer before the 
delivery of the Bonds or any of the other aforesaid documents, such signature or 
such facsimile shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same 
as if such officer had remained in office until delivery. The Mayor of Baltimore 
City, the Director of Finance of Baltimore City, the Custodian of the City Seal 
and other officials of the City are hereby authorized and empowered to do all 
such acts and things and execute such documents and certificates as the Board 
may determine in the Resolution to be necessary to carry out and comply with 
the provisions hereof. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That the Bonds shall be executed, issued 
and delivered at any time, or from time to time, in one or more series and in such 
amount or amounts not exceeding, in the aggregate, the principal amount of 
$1,400,000, as the Board shall prescribe in the Resolution. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That the Bonds shall be dated, shall be in 
such denominations, shall be of such form and tenor, and shall be payable in such 
amounts, at such times, and at such place or places as the Board shall prescribe in 
the Resolution. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That the Bonds may be subject to redemp- 
tion prior to their stated maturities upon such terms and conditions as the Board 
shall prescribe in the Resolution. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of the Bonds, the Board shall adopt the Resolution, pursuant to which 
Board shall: 

(a) prescribe the form, tenor, terms and conditions of, and the security for, the 
Bonds; 

(b) prescribe the actual amounts, rate or rates of interest (or the method of 
determining the rate or rates), denominations, date, actual maturity or 
maturities, and the place or places of payment of the Bonds, and the terms and 
conditions and details under which the Bonds may be called for redemption \n'\vr 
to their stated maturities; 

(c) if required in order to issue, sell and deliver the Bonds, appoint a bank hav- 
ing ti-ust powers, or a ti-ust company, as Ti-ustee for the benefit of the holders of 
the Bonds and, if necessary, appoint a paying agent or agents for the Bonds, 
which may he the Tmsteo; 

(d) ajjprove the form and contents, and authorize the execution and delivery, 
where applicable, of (i) the Loan Agreement, (ii) the Bond Indenture, (iii) any in- 
surance agreements or other credit support instmment provided by any person 



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to pay or insure the payment of the principal of, and the interest and premium, if 
any, on the Bonds or the Loan, or both, including, without limitation, agreements 
by the Marj'iand Industrial Development Financing Authority to provide finan- 
cial assistance under the provisions of the Mai7land Industrial Development 
Financing Authority Act, Title 13, Subtitle 1, of the Financial Institutions Arti- 
cle of the Annotated Code of Maryland, and (iv) such other documents, including, 
without limitation, bond purchase agreements, mortgages, deeds of trust, 
guaranties and security instmments as the Board shall deem necessary to ap- 
prove in order to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds; 

(e) determine the time of execution, sale and delivery of the Bonds and 
prescribe any and all other details of the Bonds; 

(f) provide for the direct payment by the Borrower of all costs, fees and ex- 
penses imposed or incurred by or on behalf of the City in connection with the 
authorization, issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, including, without limita- 
tion, the costs of printing the Bonds and necessary' documents associated with 
the issuance of the Bonds and the fees of and compensation to any person (other 
than full time employees of the City) performing services by or on behalf of the 
City in connection with the authorization, issuance, sale and delivery of the 
Bonds; 

(g) if a Tmstee is appointed, provide for the issuance and sale (subject to the 
passage of an appropriate ordinance authorizing the same as may be required at 
the time) of one or more series of additional bonds and one or more series of 
refunding bonds; and 

(h) do any and all things, and authorize the officials of the City to do any and all 
things, necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the issuance, sale and 
delivery of the Bonds. 

Stc. 11. And be it further ordained, That the Loan Agreement and the Bond 
Indenture shall contain such terms, provisions and conditions not inconsistent 
with the Enabling Law and the provisions of this Ordinance as the Board shall 
approve in the Resolution. 

Sfc:c. 12. A)id be it further ordained. That as authorized by the Enabling Law, 
the Bonds shall be sold at private (negotiated) sale upon such terms and condi- 
tions as shall be approved by the Board in the Resolution. 

Skc. 13. And be it further ordained, That neither the Bonds nor the interest 
thereon shall ever constitute a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or the tax- 
ing power of the City, and neither shall ever constitute a debt of the City within 
the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or other 
constitutional, statutory or charter provisions limiting or restricting the sale or 
issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City, and neither shall ever 
CDnstiiute or give rise to any pecuniary liability of the City. The Bonds, and the 
interest thereon, shall be limited obligations of the City, the principal of and in- 
terest on which Bonds shall be payable by the City solely from the revenue de- 
rived from Loan repayments (l)oth principal and interest) made to the City by the 



224 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 363 

Borrower oh account of the Loan and, to the extent provided by the Board in the 
Resolution, from the proceeds of the Bonds, and from any other moneys made 
available to the City for such purpose. The proceeds of the Bonds will be paid 
directly to the Tiiistee or the Project Fund Trustee to be held and disbursed by 
the Trustee or by the Project Fund Trustee as provided in the Bond Indenture to 
be approved by the Board in the Resolution, provided, however, that if the Board 
finds and determines, pursuant to the Resolution, that the appointment of a 
Trustee for the benefit of the holders of the Bonds is not required in order to 
issue, sell, and deliver the Bonds and that the Project will be contemplated on or 
before the date of delivery of the Bonds, the Board may provide in the Resolution 
that the proceeds of the Bonds will be paid directly to the Borrower, or for the ac- 
count of the Borrower, to be used by the Borrower to pay the costs of, or to reim- 
burse the Borrower for the payment of the costs of, the completion of the Proj- 
ect, as provided in the Bond Indenture to be approved by the Board in the 
Resolution. No such moneys will be commingled with the City's funds or will be 
subject to the absolute control of the City, but will be subject only to such limited 
supervision and checks as are deemed necessary or desirable by the City to in- 
sure that the proceeds of the Bonds are used to accomplish the public purposes of 
the Enabling Law and this Ordinance. 

Sec. 14. And be it further ordained, That in consideration of the purchase and 
acceptance of the Bonds by those who shall hold the Bonds from time to time, the 
City does hereby, and by the execution and deliver}' of the Bond Indenture to be 
approved by the Board the City shall, set aside and pledge the income and 
revenue under the Loan Agreement (other than payments to the City for indem- 
nification or to reimburse the City for expenses incurred by the City itselt") to the 
Tnjstees or the Original Purchaser, its successors and assigns, to be used and ap- 
plied for the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds. Pursuant to 
the terms of the Loan Agreement to be approved by the Board in the Resolution, 
payments sufficient for the prompt payment when due of the principal of, 
premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds are to be paid by the Borrower to the 
Ti-ustee for the benefit of the holders of the Bonds, or to the Original Purchaser, 
its successors and assigns, for the account of the City. 

St:c. 15. And be it further ordained, That the Borrower shall agree in the Loan 
Agreement approved by the Board that: 

(a) He will submit any plans and specifications for the Project to the Depart- 
ment of Housing and Community Development for approval, which approval 
shall not be withheld unreasonably; 

(h) He and his developers will work with the design advisory group appointed 
by the Department of Housing and Community Development in order to achieve 
high quality and design, and 

(c) He shall make best efforts to use mincjrity firms, as defined in Section 8-601 
of .Article 21 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amentled, in the construc- 
tion of the Project or the provision of services or supplies with the j)rt)ceeds of 
the Bonds. 

Stc. 16. And be it further ordai)ied. That the Project User, prior to the is- 
suance and sale of the Bunds, shall receive the approval of the Mayor's Office of 



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Manpower Resources of a final plan covering the future hiring needs of the Proj- 
ect User and the utilization by the Project User of the training and recruitment 
services of that Office; provided however, that in the event such approval has not 
been received, then the Project User shall submit to the Baltimore Economic 
Development Corporation a timetable and procedure, approved by that Office, 
for the development of such a final plan. 

Sec. 17. And be it further ordaiyied, That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held to 
be illegal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or cir- 
cumstances, such illegality, invalidity, unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall 
not affect or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, 
or parts of this Ordinance, or their application to other persons or circumstances. 
It is hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have 
passed if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, sec- 
tion or part had not been included herein, and if the person or circumstances to 
which this Ordinance or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically ex- 
empted herefrom, provided, however, that neither the Bonds nor the interest 
thereon shall ever constitute a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or taxing 
power of the City, and neither shall ever constitute a debt of the City within the 
meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or any other 
constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or restricting the sale or is- 
suance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City, and neither shall give rise 
to any pecuniary liability of the City. 

Sec. 18. And be it further ordained, That if the Bonds are not issued and sold 
within sbv (6) months from the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the 
Mayor of Baltimore City, the authorization provided in this Ordinance for the 
City to issue and sell the Bonds shall expire; provided, however, that the Board 
may, after a showing of good cause at a public hearing held before the Board, ex- 
tend such authorization for one additional term not to exceed six (6) months. The 
Board, in its sole discretion, shall determine the sufficiency, or lack thereof, of 
the reasons presented for any requested extension of this Ordinance. If an exten- 
sion is gi-anted, notice of such extension and the reasons therefor must be sent to 
the City Council of Baltimore City. 

Se( . ly. And be it further urdnined. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.\|ipr(.\iMl April 'J.I, llK>r) 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIALFKK. Mnifnr. 



21^(5 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 364 

No. 'MU 
{C\)UiK-il No. (iS2) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING -RESERVED 
WILKES LANE 

FOR the purpose of repealing Ordinance No. 725, which provided for reserved 
parking on the south side of Wilkes Lane for Samuel A. Tucker, Harry L. 
Chase, and the Public Defenders Office. 

Section I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Ordinance No. 725, approved June 12, 1978, be and the same is hereby repealed 
and the reserved parking on Wilkes Lane west of Calvert Street herein provided, 
is hereby rescinded. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved April 22. li>85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFLK. M<,ynr. 



No. 365 
(Council No. 683) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REPEAL OF RESERVED PARKING ORDINANCE 

FOR the purpose of repealing Ordinance No. 908, approved March 9, 1983, 
which provided for reserved parking on the west side of Lakewood Avenue for 
Joseph Sibiski. 

Sectio.x 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Cou)icil of Baltimort, That 
Ordinance No. 908, approved March 9, 1983, is hereby repealed and the 
authorization for reserved parking on the west side of Lakewood Avenue near 
Fait Street therein provided, is hereby rescinded. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, Tliat this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Api.rovi'd Ai)ril 22. 1985 

WILLIA.M DONALD SCllALFKK. .l/./,/-,,-. 



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No. 3()(i 
(Council No. G84) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
GRIFFIS AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on Griffis Avenue for Robert 
Haynes. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
Griffis Avenue, north side, from a point 173' east of Carroll Street to a point 195' 
east of Carroll Street, parking is reserved for Robert Haynes, displaying a 
permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



•Approved April 'I'Z, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayoi 



No. 367 
(Council No. ()8o) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
DOLFIELD AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the north side of Dolfield 
Avenue near Ridgewood Avenue for John Singleton. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the north side of Dolfield Avenue, from a point 56' east of Ridgewood Avenue to 
a point 78' east of Ridgewood Avenue, parking is reserved for John Singleton, 
Sr., displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2 A)id be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Appi-i.vt'(| April -12. l;»S5 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



228 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 368 

No. 3()8 
(Council No. ()12) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY PROPERTY-OPENING, WIDENING, GRADING, 
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF REISTERSTOWN ROAD. 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the acquisitfon by purchase or condemnation by 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore of the fee simple interests or such 
other interests as the Director of The Department of Public Works may deem 
necessary or sufficient, in and to certain pieces or parcels of land situate in 
Baltimore City, for highway purposes, namely for the opening, widening, 
grading, construction and maintenance of Reisterstown Road, extending from 
Liberty Heights Avenue, Southeasterly 21 feet, more or less; and authorizing 
the acquisition by purchase or condemnation of any property, rights, interests, 
easements and/or franchises necessary in the opening, widening, grading, con- 
struction and maintenance of said Reisterstown Road; and authorizing the 
making of all necessary agreements concerning said Reisterstown Road; and 
authorizing the construction of said Reisterstown Road; the location and 
course being shown on a plat thereof numbered 117-C-32A, prepared by the 
Surveys and Records Division and filed in the Office of the Director of The 
Department of Public Works on the Fourth (4th) day of June, 1984. 

By authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Section -2 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Sectio.n 1. Bt it ordained by the Mayor and City Courtcil of Baltimore. That it 
is necessary to acquire by purchase or condemnation for public highway pur- 
poses, namely, for the opening, widening, grading, construction and 
maintenance of Reisterstown Road, extending from Liberty Heights Avenue, 
Southeasterly 21 feet, more or less; the fee simple interests or such other in- 
terests as the Director of the Department of Public Works may deem necessary 
in and to the pieces or parcels of land, situate in Baltimore City, including the im- 
provements thereon, bounded as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the north- 
east side of Reisterstown Road, as now laid out 95 feet wide and the southeast 
side of Liberty Heights Avenue, as now laid out varying in width, said point of 
beginning being the beginning of the parcel of land conveyed by the Sun Oil 
Company of Pennsylvania to Midas Realty Corporation by deed dated January 
2, 1980 and recorded among the Land Records of Baltimore City in Liber 
W.A. No. 3866, Folio 38 and running thence binding on the southeast side of 
said Liberty Heights Avenue and on part of the first line of said deed, there 
situate, North 36°-04'-00" East 8.76 feet to intersect the northeast side of 
Reisterstown Road, as realigned and widened on the northeast side thereof to 



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a varying width; thence binding on the northeast and southeast sides of last 
said Reisterstown Road the two following courses and distances; namely, 
South 30°-02'-35" East 22.22 feet and South 46°-59'-26" West 3.61 feet to in- 
tersect the northeast side of Reisterstown Road mentioned firstly herein and 
thence binding on the northeast side of Reisterstown Road mentioned firstly 
herein and on part of the last line of said deed, to the end thereof, there 
situate, North 43°-00'-34" West 20.00 feet to the place of beginning. 

All courses and distances in the above description are referred to the true me- 
ridian as adopted by the Baltimore Survey Control System. 

Including all property, rights, interests, easements and/or franchises 
necessary for the opening, widening, grading, construction and maintenance of 
said Reisterstown Road, the location and course of said Reisterstown Road being 
shown on a plat thereof numbered 117-C-32A, prepared by the Surveys and 
Records Division and filed in the office of The Director of The Department of 
Public Works on the Fourth (4th) day of June, 1984. 

Any mention or reference to any streets, roads, avenues, highways or alleys in 
this Ordinance or on the plat referred to herein are for the purpose of description 
only, and shall not be held or taken to be any evidence whatever that said streets, 
roads, avenues, highways, alleys or any of them, are public, dedicated or private 
thoroughfares. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the Director of The Department of 
Public Works or the person or persons the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City 
may hereafter from time to time designate, is or are hereby authorized to acquire 
on behalf of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and for the purposes 
described in this Ordinance, the fee simple interests or such other interests as the 
said Director may deem necessary or sufficient, in and to said pieces or parcels of 
land and improvements thereupon, including all property, rights, interests, 
easements and/or franchises necessary for the opening, widening, grading, con- 
struction and maintenance of said Reisterstown Road. If the said Director of The 
Department of Public Works, or person or persons the Board of Estimates of 
Baltimore City may designate are unable to agree with the owner or owners on 
the purchase price of any of the said pieces or parcels of land and improvements 
thereupon or for any of the said properties, rights, interests, easements and/or 
franchises, they shall forthwith notify the City Solicitor of Baltimore City who 
shall thereupon institute in the name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
the necessary legal proceedings to acquire by condemnation the fee simple in- 
terests or such other rights, interest, easements and/or franchises as the said 
Director may deem necessary or sufficient for the purposes of Channelization of 
Liberty Heights Avenue and Reisterstown Road Project. 

St;c. 3. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings for the acquisition by 
condemnation of the property and rights herein described and the rights of all 
parties interested or affected thereby shall be regulated by and be in accordance 
with the provisions of The Real Property Article of the Annotated Code of 
Maryland (1974), Title 12, Section 101 Et Seq. and any and all amendments 
thereto. 



2:^0 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 369 

Skc. 4. And be it further ordained, That the said Director of The Department 
of Pubhc Works or person or persons the Board of Estimates of Baltimore City 
may designate are also hereby authorized to negotiate for and to enter into in the 
name of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, any and all necessary 
agreements with the Federal and State Governments, or any of their agencies, 
and any other persons, firms or corporations, in aid of, in furtherance of, or in 
connection with said Channelization of Liberty Heights Avenue and 
Reisterstown Road Project; all such acquisitions and agreements to be subject to 
the approval of the Board of Estimates. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That after the necessary agreements have 
been made and the necessary properties, lands, rights, easements and/or fran- 
chises have been acquired as hereinbefore provided, the Director of The Depart- 
ment of Public Works of Baltimore City is hereby authorized and directed to con- 
struct or cause to be constructed the said Channelization of Liberty Heights 
Avenue and Reisterstown Road Project, all in accordance with detailed plans 
hereafter to be prepared therefor and after said plans have been approved by the 
said Director of The Department of Public Works. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved Aj)i-il 25, lt>85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK. Ma,/i 



No. 3(ii> 
(Council No. 703) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS - 

(PEABODY CENTER ASSOCIATES LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AND/OR 

SHELTER HOUSING PARTNERS I LIMITED PARTNERSHIP FACILITY) 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
issues or series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and 

■ credit, its economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal 
amount not to exceed $40,000,000, pursuant to the provisions of Sub-section 
(50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (19G4 Revision), as amended, 
for the sole and exclusive puipose of fmancing the costs of the completion trf BY 
Peabody CENTER Associates Limited Partnership, a Maryland limited part- 
nership, and/or Shelter Housing Partners I Limited Partnership, a Maryland 
limited partnership, of one or more r e tail RENTAL apartment projects which 
(1) will be located on a parcel of land containing approximately 2.27 acres 
known as Mount Royal VERNON Urban Renewal Area LOT No. 7 A, which 
parcel is bounded by the 600 blocks of St. Paul Street and North Calvert 



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Street and the 100 blocks of East Center Street and East Monument Street, in 
Baltimore City, (2) will consist of one or more of (A) a project containing ap- 
proximately 250 rental units, approximately 20,000 10,000 square feet of an- 
cillary office and commercial space, approximately 325 parking spaces, and 
other facilities functionally related and subordinate thereto, including recrea- 
tion facilities, and/or (B) a project containing approximately 150 rental units, 
APPROXIMATELY 10,000 SQUARE FEET OF ANCILLARY OFFICE 
AND COMMERCIAL SPACE, approximately 95 parking spaces and other 
facilities functionally related and subordinate thereto, and/or (C) some or all of 
the parking facilities described in (A) and/or (B) above, (3) will be developed 
and owned by Peabody Center Associates Limited Partnership, a Maryland 
limited partnership, and/or Shelter Housing Partners I Limited Partnership, a 
Maryland limited partnership, either or both of which limited partnerships will 
develop and own one or Itrtrth MORE portions of the r e ntal apartm e nt projects 
described in (2) above, and (4) be initially managed by Shelter Properties Cor- 
poration Limited, a Maryland corporation; authorizing the Mayor of the City, 
on behalf of the City, to accept the letter of intent dated February 11, 1985 
from Peabody Center Associates Limited Partnership and Shelter Housing 
Partners I Limited Partnership to the City, as supplemented; making certain 
legislative findings; reserving in the City certain rights concerning the is- 
suance of such Bonds; authorizing the Board of Finance of the City, by a 
resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any 
series of such bonds, to (a) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, 
the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and selling (in- 
cluding negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or times of is- 
suance, and any and all other details of such bonds, and (b) do any and all 
things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the issuance and sale 
of such bonds; providing that Peabody Center Associates Limited Partnership 
or Shelter Housing Partners I Limited Partnership, whichever is the 
developer for each portion of the projects, shall agree to submit any plans and 
specifications to, and to coordinate with, the Department of Housing and Com- 
munity Development in connection with the completion of such project; pro- 
viding that such bonds (or bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the 
issuance of such bonds) must be issued and sold within tsrx TWELVE months 
from the date this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor, unless the Board of 
Finance approves one six month extension as provided in this Ordinance; 
authorizing the issuance of notes in anticipation of the issuance of such 
revenue bonds; and generally providing for and determining various matters 
and details in connection with the issuance and sale of such bonds and bond an- 
ticipation notes. 

RECITALS 

Sub section (50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), 
as amended (the "Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the '"City") to borrow money to finance undertakings for the ac- 
complishment of any of the purposes, objects and powers of the City and in con- 
necticjn therewith to issue bonds, notes, or other obligations (including refunding 
bonds, notes or other obligations), all of which shall be fully negotiable, payable, 
as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) 



232 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 369 

the revenues from or arising in connection with the property, facihties, 
developments and improvements whose financing is undertaken by the issuance 
of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (II) the revenues from or arising in con- 
nection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (III) the con- 
tracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the 
proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, or (IV) any combination of (I), 
(II) or (III). The purposes, objects and powers of the City contemplated by the 
Enabling Law include the redevelopment of urban renewal areas in Baltimore 
City. 

The City has received a letter of intent dated February 11, 1985 (such letter of 
intent, as supplemented, being hereinafter called the "Letter of Intent") from 
Peabody Center Associates Limited Partnership, a Maryland limited partner- 
ship, and Shelter Housing Partners I Limited Partnership, a Maryland limited 
partnership (each, a "Borrower" and collectively, the "Borrowers"), pursuant to 
which the Borrowers have requested the City to participate in the financing of 
the costs of the completion (which costs shall include, without limitation, design, 
acquisition and constru(?tion costs, costs of issuance of the Bonds, financing 
costs, capitalized interest and deposits to reserve funds) (the "Costs of Comple- 
tion") of a certain facility in Baltimore City, Maryland (the "Facility") by either or 
both of the Borrowers, by issuing and selling, in one or more issues or series, the 
City's economic development revenue bonds in the aggregate principal amount 
not to exceed $40,000,000 (collectively, the "Bonds"), and by making the pro- 
ceeds of the Bonds available to either or both of the Borrowers to be used by the 
applicable Borrower or Borrowers for the sole and exclusive purpose of financing 
the Costs of Completion of the Facility by the applicable Borrower or Borrowers. 

The Letter of Intent expresses the Borrowers' intention that the interest 
payable on such bonds shall be exempt from federal income taxation pursuant to 
Section 103(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended (the "Code"), 
and the Borrowers have acknowledged that the City reserves certain rights con- 
cerning the issuance of such bonds as provided in Section 4 hereof. 

Tlie Facility, which is an "undertaking" which will accomplish the purposes, ob- 
jects and powers of the City as mentioned in the Enabling Law, will consist 
generally of one or more rental apartment projects and will collectively include 

(1) the acquisition of a parcel of land containing approximately 2.27 acres known 
as Mount Rtryal VERNON Urban Renewal Area LOT No. 7A, which parcel is 
bounded by the 600 blocks of St. Paul Street and North Calvert Street and the 
100 blocks of East Center Street and East Monument Street, in Baltimore City, 

(2) the construction of one or more of (A) a project containing approximately 250 
rental units, approximately 20,000 10,000 square feet of ancillary office and com- 
mercial space, approximately 325 parking spaces, and other facilities functional- 
ly related and subordinate thereto, including recreation facilities, and/or (B) a 
project containing approximately 150 rental units, APPROXIMATELY lO.uOO 
SQUARE FEET OF ANCILLARY OFFICE AND COMMERCIAL SPACE, ap- 
proximately 95 parking spaces and other facilities functionally related and subor- 
dinate thereto and/or (C) some or all of the parking facilities describetl in (A) 
and/or (B) above, (3) the acquisition and installation in such buildings and on such 
lanii of any or all machinery and equipment, and any and all other improvements 
therein, as may be necessary or useful ill connection with the operation thereof 
aa a r e ntal apartm e nt proj ec t , and (4) the acquisition of such other interests in 



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^H land as may be necessary or suitable for the foregoing, including roads and rights 
of access, utilities and other necessary site preparation facilities. Upon comple- 
tion, each portion of the Facility will be owned by one or both of the Borrowers, 
and the Facility, or each separate portion thereof, will be operated as a rental 
apartment project OR A FACILITY FUNCTIONALLY RELATED AND 
SUBORDINATE THERETO. Shelter Properties Corporation Limited, a 
Maryland corporation, will be the initial manager of the Facility. 

The Enabling Law provides that the City may authorize and empower the 
Board of Finance of the City (the "Board") by resolution to determine and set 
forth the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and selling (in- 
cluding negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or times of is- 
suance, and any and all other details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale 
thereof, and to do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection 
with the issuance and sale of the Bonds. 

NOW, THEREFORE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

StCTlu.N 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That act- 
ing pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to make the |>roceeds thereof available to either or both of the Bor- 
rowers for the sole and e.xclusive purpose of financing the Costs of Completion of 
the Facility will facilitate and expedite the completion of each portion of the 
Facility by either or both of the Borrowers. 

(■_!) The c(tniplelion ttf each portion of the Facility by either or both of the Bor- 
rnwers and the financing of the Costs of Completion as provided in this 
Oniinance will serve to pronmie the general purposes contemplated by the En- 
abling Law by (a) su.^laining jobs and employment in Baltimore City; (b) pro- 
moting tvoiionuc devolnpukni in Baltimore City through, among other things, 
provitling rental hou.-ing ft>r persons employed and to be employed in Baltimore 
City; (c) assisting in ihe i\tli'velopinent of an urban renewal area in Baltimore 
City; and (d) enc»)ura^iiiji ilit- increase of industry and a balanced economy in 
Baliiuiiiro t'iiy. 

(3) Any and all of ilio B«»iids shall not be general obligations of the City an<I 
shall not be a pK-dgv of »»r involve the faith and credit or the taxing power of the 
City, and .-hall not con.-^iiiuie a debt of the City, all within the meaning of Section 
7 of Arlicle XI of the Consliluiion of Marylaml or within the meaning of any 
• •iher constitutional, .-latuiory or charter provision limiting or restricting the 
sale «»r i.-suaiue of bond.-, notes or other obligations of the City. All (»f the Bonds 
.-liall l.e limited olili>iatiuii> nf the City, and shall be fully negotiable, payable, as 
ti' It'iih i.iineipal and nueiesi, -olely fn>m and secured solely by a pledge of (1) the 
re\eiiik'.- from or arising in connection with the Facility, (II) the revenues from 
or ari^ing in eonnectinn with any contracts, mortgages or other securities pur- 
chased or otherwise acijuired with the proceeds of the Bonds, (III) the contracts, 
mortgages or other -ecuiitie.- purcha.sed or otherwise acijuired with the proceeds 
of the Bonds. i»r (l\)an> combination of (I), (II) or (HI), all as the Board may ap- 
pr«i\e b\ a reMiJuiion >»r re.-olulions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and 
dclivei\ nl' any oi' the B..n.l-. 



234 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 369 

Si;c. 2. Atid he tl/urtficr orduimd, Tliat the City is herel)y aulhorized and em- 
powered to issue and sell, at any time or iVoni time to time and in one or more 
issues or series, as limited obligations of the ('ity and not upon its lull faith and 
eredil, its economic develo|tment revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal 
amount not to exceed $4(),()0(),0()0, subject to the provisions of this Oniinance. 
The proceeds of the Bonds will he made availahle to either or both of the Bor- 
rowers uniler terms and conditions approved by the Board and set forth in a 
Resolution, and usetl by the applicable Borrower or Borrowers for the sole and 
exclusive purpose of financing the Costs of Completion of the Facility. 

Skc. 3. And be it furlln'r ordniiu'd. That this Ordinance constitutes the present 
intent of the City to issue the Bonds, and the Mayor of the City is hereby 
authorized to accept the Letter of Intent on behalf of the City in order to further 
eviilence the present intent of the City to issue the Bonds in accordance with the 
terms and provisions of this Ordinance. The City intends that the enactment of 
this Oidinance shall be and constitute "official action" within the meaning of Sec- 
tion l.l()3-8(aXr)) of the Income Tax Regulations prescribed by the United Slates 
Department of Treasury pursuant to Section 103 of the Code. The ('ity and the 
Borrowers contemplate that, upon the effectiveness of this Ordinance, either or 
both of the Borrowers may commence the aciiuisilion and construction of the 
Facility prior to the issuance, sale and deliveiy of the Bonds; provided, however 
that if either or both of the Borrowers proceed with the acquisition or construc- 
tion of the Facility prior to the adoption of a resolution by the Board, as de- 
scribed in Section 5(a) below, such Borrower or Borrowers do so at its or their 
own risk. 

Skc. 4. .4/.'(/ be it further ordai)ied, That the City reserves the right, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, to take any actions deemed necessary by the City in 
order to ensure that the City (a) complies w ith federal and State laws in effect at 
the time of issuance of the Bonds which may restrict the issuance of industrial 
development bonds, and (b) issues its bonds (within the meaning of the Enabling 
Law, and any present or future State and local laws), within the limits imposed 
by any such laws, to finance those facilities which the City determines, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, will provide the greatest benefit to the City. 

Sfc:c;. 5. And be it further ordained. That, as permitted by the Enabling Law. 
the Board is hereby authorized and empowered, by a resolution or resolutions 
adopted prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of the Bonds; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of the Bonils and the issuance and sale tlierettf; 

(c) appi'ove (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of ihe security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such |)rovisions in any such trust agree- 



ORDINANCES 235 

nient or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of the Bonds; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conihlions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of the Bonds will be made available to either or both of the Borrowers to 
finance the Costs of Completion of the Facility or any portion thereof; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds. 

Sec. 6. and be it furtfier urdained. That any and all of the Bonds shall not be 
general obligations of the City and shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith 
and credit or the taxing power of the City, and shall not constitute a debt of the 
City, all within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of 
Maryland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or 
restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. 
All of the Bonds shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully 
negotiable, payable, as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured 
solely by a pledge of (1) the revenues from or arising in connection with the Facili- 
ty, (II) the revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages 
or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the 
Bonds, (ill) the contracts, nu)rtgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
actjuired with the proceeds of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or 
(III), all as the Board may approve by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to 
the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Sec. 7. And be it further urdained, That each of the Borrowers shall agree, 
with respect to any portion of the Facility which it is developing, either alone or 
with the other Borrower, that: 

(a) it will submit any plans and s{)ecifications for the P^icility to the Department 
of Hnu.sing and Community Development for approval, and that the Department 
of Hi)using and Community Development may refuse approval of any plans and 
sjjecifiialions for aesthetic or functional reasons; and 

(b) ii and its developers will work with the design advisory group appointed by 
the Department of Housing and Community Development in order to achieve 
high quality site, building, and landscape design. 

Ski . 8. And b( t( ftirthrr ordained. That any and all of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and by the Director of Finance of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the cor|)orate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian or Aliernale Custodian of the City Seal, by his manual or facsimile 
signature. .At lea.-^l one signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds 
shall be manually subsciibed. If the Bonds are rcnjuired to be manually sub- 
scribed by a trustee, issuing agent, fiscal agent, registrar, or other agent or 



236 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 369 

custodian, any other sij^nature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds 
may he executed by facsimile. Any trust agreement or other documents as the 
Board shall deem necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the 
Bonds shall he executed in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of 
the City by his manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City 
or a facsimile thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and at- 
tested by the Custodian or Alternate Custodian of the City Seal by his manual 
signature. In case any officer whose signature or a facsimile of whose signature 
shall appear on the Bonds or any of the aforesaid documents shall cease to be 
such officer before the delivery of the Bonds or any of the other aforesaid 
documents, such signature or such facsimile shall nevertheless be valid and suffi- 
cient for all purposes, the same as if such officer had remained in office until 
delivery. The Mayor of the City, the Director of Finance of the City, the Custo- 
dian and Alternate Custodian of the City Seal and other officials of the City are 
hereby authorized and empowered to do all such acts and things and execute such 
documents and certificates as the Board may determine by resolution to be 
necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions hereof. 

Sec. 9. .4;((/ he it further ordained, That any and all necessary financing 
statements reijuired for the consummation of the transactions authorized by this 
Ordinance may be executed on behalf of the City by the Mayor of the City or by 
the Chief, Bureau of Treasury Management of the City or by such other ap- 
propriate official of the City as may be designated by the Mayor of the City to ex- 
ecute such financing statements. 

Sec. 10. And be it further urdained, That the authority to issue the Bonds is in- 
tended and shall be deemed to include the authority to issue bond anticipation 
notes pursuant to Section 12 of Article 31 of the Annotated Code of Maryland 
(1983 Replacement Volume and 1984 Cumulative Supplement), as amended, or 
any successor provision of law (the "Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legisla- 
tion"). Reference in this Ordinance to the "Bonds" shall include such bond an- 
ticipation notes where appropriate. Prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any 
series of bond anticipation notes, the Board shall adopt a resolution or resolu- 
tions, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of such bond anticipation notes; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), /and the time or ti t n c TIMES of issuance, and any and all 
other details of such bond anticipation notes and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of such bond anticipation notes; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 



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ORDINANCES 237 

customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of such bond anticipation notes will be made available to either or both of 
the Borrowers to finance the Costs of Completion of the Facility or any portion 
thereof; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of such bond anticipation notes. 

Such bond anticipation notes may be sold by private negotiation with a pro- 
spective purchaser or purchasers, under such terms as may be approved by the 
Board, and the City hereby determines such private negotiation to be in the best 
interests of the City. Such bond anticipation notes may be sold in series as funds 
are required and may be renewed at maturity with or without resale. 

In accordance with the Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation, the City 
hereby covenants to pay any bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Sec- 
tion of this Ordinance and the interest thereon from the proceeds of the Bonds in 
anticipation of the sale of which such notes are issued, and the City hereby fur- 
ther covenants to issue such Bonds, as the case may be, when, and as soon as, the 
reason for deferring the issuance of the Bonds no longer exists. The timely is- 
suance of such Bonds, however, is dependent upon matters not within the control 
of the City, including (without limitation) the existence of a purchaser or pur- 
chasers for such Bonds at the time the reason for deferring the issuance of the 
Bonds no longer exists and the effectiveness of various actions taken by the Bor- 
rowers, their partners, agents and employees. 

Sec. U. And be it further ordained, That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held 
illegal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances, 
such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, or parts 
of this Ordinance or their application to other persons or circumstances. It is 
hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been 
passed if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, sec- 
tion or part had not been included herein, and if the person or circumstances to 
which this Ordinance or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically ex- 
emj)ied herefrom. 

Sfc:r. 12. .4/((/ be it further ordai)ted. That either the Bonds or bond anticipation 
notes issued pursuant to Section 10 of this Ordinance in anticipation of the is- 
suance of the Bunds must be issued and sold within nint TWELVE months from 
the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City; provided, 
however, that the Board, after a showing of good cause at a public hearing held 
before the Board prior to or after the expiration of such six TWELVE month 
period, may extend the period during which either the Bonds or such bond an- 
ticipation notes may be issued and sold for one additional term not to exceed six 
months from the dale on which the first stx TWELVE month period expired. The 
Bt)ard. in its sole discretion, and without action by the City Council, shall deter- 
mine the sufficiency, or lack thereof, of the reasons presented for any recjuested 
extension of the 3tx TWELX'E month period. If an extension is granted, notice of 
such extension and the reasons therefor must be sent to the City Council. To the 



238 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 370 

extent that neither the Bonds nor such bond anticipation notes are issued and 
sold within tw e lv e EIGHTEEN months from the date on which this Ordinance is 
approved by the Mayor of the City, the authority provided in this Ordinance for 
the City to issue and sell the Bonds and such bond anticipation notes shall expire. 

Sfcx:. 13. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved April 25. ll)8f 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK. Mtt 



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No. 370 
(Council No. 533) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING- EASTBOURNE AVENUE AND ELRINO STREET 

FOR the purpose of changing the zoning for the properties located on the south 
side of Eastbourne Avenue, west from Elrino Street from the R-5 Zoning 
District to the B-3-1 Zoning District as outlined in red on the plats accompany- 
ing this ordinance. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 69 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sheet No. 69 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning" be and it is hereby 
amended by changing from the R-5 Zoning District to the B-3-1 Zoning District 
the properties located on the south side of Eastbourne Avenue, west from Elrino 
Street, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 

Approved .Ma\ 2. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFKK. .U.n/..,-. 



ORDINANCES 239 

No. 371 
(Council No. 583) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING- MARKET CENTER WEST URBAN RENEWAL AREA 
FOR the purpose of changing the zoning of the following properties; 

(1) 536-542 W. Pratt Street, 110 S. Paca Street, 410-418, 509-517 W. Lom- 
bard Street, 10-20 S. Eutaw Street; AND 512-516 Lemmon Street and 
404 - 410 and 405-421 W. Redwood Street, as outlined in red on AMENDED 
sheet 2 of the plats accompanying this ordinance from the Ml -3 to the B-4-1 
Zoning District. 

(2) 612-616 W. FAYEITE STREET, 100-130 and 202-226 N. Greene 
Street, 601-615, 600-616 W. Lexington Street, 211, 223-239 Pearl Street, 
511-539, r26700-734 W. Pratt Street, 402, 501 W. Lombard Street, 106-108, 
202 S. Paca Street, 22-38 S. Eutaw Street, 215-231 S. Greene Street, 522-526 
Portland Street and 504-520 Washington Boulevard as outlined in blue on 
Sheets 1 and AMENDED SHEET 2 of the plats accompanying this ordinance 
from the B-5-1 to the B-4-1 Zoning District. 

(3) 10 S. Howard Street; AND 307-335 W. Baltimore Street, atid 400 - 402, 
422 - 424 W. R c d w o u il St reet as outlined in yellow on AMENDED Sheet 2 of 
the plats accompanying this ordinance from the B-5-2 to tlie B-4-1 Zoning 
Districts. 

(4) 36-38 S. Paca Street and 412 - 420 W. R e dwood S t r e e t as outlined in green 
on AMENDED Sheet 2 of the plats accompanying this ordinance from the 
B-4-2 to the B-4-1 Zoning District. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 55 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Code, 1976 Edition (1983 Replacement Volume) 

Sti TloN 1. Be it urd<iini'(l by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sheet No. 55 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City 
Code, 1976 Edition (1983 Replacement Volume) titled "Zoning" be and it is 
hereby amended by clianging the zoning of the following properties: 

(1) 536-542 W. Pratt Street. 110 S. Paca Street, 410-418, 509-517 W. Lom- 
bard Street, 10-20 S. Eutaw Street; AND 512-516 Lemmon Street and 
4U 4 - 41 a nd 405-421 W. Redwood Street, as outlined in red on AMENDED 
sheet 2 of the plats acc(jmpanying this ordinance from the M-1-3 to the B-4-1 
Zoning District. 

(2) 612-616 W. FAYETTE STREET, 100-130 and 202-226 N. Greene 
Street, 601-615, 600-616 W. Lexington Street, 211, 223-239 Pearl Street, 
511-539, T26700-734 W. Pratt Street, 402, 501 W. Lombard Street, 106-108, 
202 S. Paca Street, 22-38 S. Eutaw Street, 215-231 S. Greene Street, 522-526 



■240 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 372 

rurllaiui Street aiui 504-520 Washington Boulevard as outlined in l)lue on 
Slieetb 1 and AMENDED SHEET 2 of the plats aec()nipanying this ordinance 
from the B-5-1 to the B-4-1 Zoning District. 

(3) 10 S. Howard Street; AND 307-335 W. Baltimore Street, and 400 - 402. 
122 - 121 \V. R e dwood Str ee t as outlined in yellow on AMENDED Sheet 2 of the 
plats accompanying this ordinance from the B-5-2 to the B-4-1 Zoning Districts. 

(4) 36-38 S. Paca Street and 412 - 420 W. R e dwood Str ee t as outlined in green 
on AMENDED Sheet 2 of the plats accompanying this ordinance from the 
B-4-2 to the B-4-1 Zoning District. 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat, and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Skc. 3. ,4/^(/ be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved May 2, li>85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFER. Ma>/n, 



No. 372 
(Council No. 584) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZ0N1N(;-MARKET CENTER CRBAN RENEWAL AREA 
Ft)R the jHirpose of changing the zoning of the following properties: 

(1) r > t) 3 . ono. 507 - 525. 639-641, 701, 715, 717, 7L). 721. 723. 725, 727. 72i>. 
731. and 735 N. Eutaw Street. 3 14 -3 20. 322. 324, 32 6 and 32b W. Frank li n 
Str ee t and th e pi ' op r rty on th e no r th ai d e of W. Frankl in Sir cr t, b3 f re t e a^t nt ' 
N. Eutaw Str ee t (Lot 42A. Block 53 0) . 600. 6()2-61>>. 612. 612'/j-614. 7(M». 7o2, 
7U4. 7lM). 708. 710, 712-720. 722, 724-726, 728 anil 730 N. Ht)ward Street. 
7tMi-7()8 and 710-730 Linden Avenue. 303. 305. 3(i7, 30H. 311, 313, 315-317. 
310. and 321-327 W. Madison Street. 227. 304. 3«»5-311. 315 ami 310 W. Monu- 
ment Street, as outlined in red on sheet 1 of the plat> accompanying this 
ordinance from the B-5-1 to the B-4-1 Zoning I)L->irici. 

(2) 1()2. 104, 1()6. 117. anil 110 Diamond Street, p..riion of 2(ii) N, Euiaw 
Street. 312-314. 32(». 324, 326-328.400, 402, 404, 40(i-40^, 410, 4lO, 421,423. 



ORDINANCES 241 

425-427. ttnd 429-433. 503, 505, AND 507-525 N. Eutaw Street, 500, 502, 504, 
506. 508, 510, 512. 514. 516, and 520 VV. Fayette Street, 305-307, 309-311, 
313, 314-320, 315. 317, 319, 322, 324, 326, 328, 403-405, 407, and 413 W. 
Franklin Street; AND THE PROPERTY ON THE NORTH SIDE OF W. 
FRANKLIN STREET, 83 FEET EAST OF N. EUTAW STREET (LOT 42A, 
BLOCK 530), 111,1 13-119, 121, and 123 N. Greene Street, 503, 505, 507, 509, 
511, 513, 515, 517. 519, 520-24, 521, 523-525, 527 and 529 W. Lexington 
Street,306,403. and 410 W. Mulberry Street 102-104, 106-108, 110-114, 116, 
118-120, 122, 128, and 200-206 N. Paca Street, 324-326 Pierce Street, 
415-417, 419, 421, 423, 425 and 427 W. Saratoga Street, and 530 and 532 
Sliad Alley as outlined in blue on sheets 1 and 2 of the plats accompanying this 
ordinance from the B-5-1 to the B-4-2 Zoning District. 

(3) 304, 306, 308, 310, 312, 314, 316, 318-320, 322, 324-326, 328-330, 
401-403, 405, 407, 409, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 
422, 423, 425, and 426 W. Baltimore Street, 2-8 and 12 N. Eutiiw Street, and 
3-7 N. Paca Street as outlined in brown on sheet 2 of the plats accompanying 
this ordinance from the B-5-2 to the B-4-2 Zoning District. 

(4) portion of 327 Druid Hill Avenue as outlined in green on sheet 1 of the 
plats accompanying this ordinance from the B-5-1 to B-4-1-P Zoning District. 

(5) portion of 327 Druid Hill Avenue as outlined in lavender on sheet 1 of the 
plats accompanying this ordinance from the B-4-1 to the B-4-1-P Zoning 
District. 

(6) public right-of-way Lexington Street from N. Eutaw to Liberty Streets 
as outlined in yellow on sheet 2 of the plats accompanying this ordinance from 
the B-4-2 to the B-4-2-P Zoning District. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheets No. 45 and 55 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Code, 1976 Edition (1983 Replacement Volume) 

StCTlo.N 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sheets No. 45 and 55 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore 
City Code 1976 Edition (1983 Replacement Volume), titled "Zoning" be and it is 
hereby amended by changing the zoning of the following properties: 

(1) 503, 505, 507 - 525, 639-641, 701, 715, 717, 719, 721, 723, 725, 727, 729, 
731, and 735 N. Eutaw Street, 3 14 - 320, 322, 324, 32 6 and 328 W. Frankl i n 
S tr ee t and th e prop g rly on th e north aid e of W. Franklin S tr ee t, 83 f ee t e aat o f 
N. Eutnw Str ee t (Lot 42A. Block 530 ) , 600, 602-610, 612, 612V2-614, 700, 702, 
704. 706, 708, 710. 712-720. 722. 724-726. 728 and 730 N. Howard Street, 
700-708 and 710-730 Linden Avenue, 303. 305. 307. 309. 311. 313, 315-317, 
319, and 321-327 W. Madison Street, 227, 304, 305-31 1, 315 and 319 W. Monu- 
ment Street, as outlined in red on sheet 1 of the plats accompanying this 
ordinance from the B-5-1 to the B-4-1 Zoning District. 

(2) 102. 104, 106. 117, and 119 Diamond Street, portion of 200 N. Eutaw 
Street, 312-314, 32(K 324. 326-328. 400. 402. 404. 406-408. 410, 419, 421, 423, 
425-427. mtd 429-433, 5o3, 505, AND 507-525 N. Eutaw Street. 500. 502. 504. 



242 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 372 

506, 508. 510, 512, 514, 516, and 520 W. Fayette Street. 305-307, 309-311, 
313, 314-320, 315, 317, 319, 322, 324, 326, 328, 403-405, 407, and 413 W. 
Franklin Street; AND THE PROPERTY ON THE NORTH SIDE OF W. 
FRANKLIN STREET, 83 FEET EAST OF N. EUTAW STREET (LOT 42A, 
BLOCK 530), 111, 113-119, 121. and 123 N. Greene Street, 503, 505, 507, 509, 
511, 513, 515, 517, 519. 520-24, 521, 523-525, 527 and 529 \V. Lexin^^ton 
Street. 306, 403, and 4 low. Mulberry Street 102-104, 106-108, 110-114, 116, 
118-120, 122. 128, and 200-206 N. Paca Street. 324-326 Pierce Street. 
415-417, 419, 421, 423, 425 and 427 W. Saratoga Street, and 530 and 532 
Shad Alley as outlined in blue on sheets 1 and 2 of the plats accompanying this 
ordinance from the B-5-1 to the B-4-2 Zoning District. 

(3) 304, 306, 308, 310, 312, 314, 316. 318-320, 322, 324-326, 328-330, 
401-403, 405, 407, 409. 411. 412. 413. 414. 415. 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 
422, 423, 425, and 426 W. Baltimore Street, 2-8 and 12 N. Eutaw Street, and 
3-7 N. Paca Street as outlined in brown on sheet 2 of the plats accompanying 
this ordinance from the B-5-2 to the B-4-2 Zoning District. 

(4) portion of 327 Druid Hill Avenue as outlined in green on sheet 1 of the 
plats accompanying this ordinance from the B-5-1 to the B-4-1-P Zoning 
District. 

(5) portion of 327 Druid Hill Avenue as outlined in lavender on sheet 1 of the 
plats accompanying this ordinance from the B-4-1 to the B-4-1-P Zoning 
District. 

(6) public right-of-way Lexington Street from N. Eutaw to Liberty Streets 
as outlined in yellow on sheet 2 of the plats accompanying this ordinance from 
the B-4-2 to the B-4-2-P Zoning District. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat, and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance he shall sigii the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Ai»i'r.)V(.-.i Ma\ 2. Hic^5 

W ILLIA.M DONALD SCllAKFKk. M^.i..: 



ORDINANCES 243 

No. 373 
(Council No. 690) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
ELMLEY AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the south side of Elmley 
Avenue for A. G. Mannion. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the south side of Elriiley Avenue, from a point 293' east of Erdman Avenue to a 
point 315' east of Erdman Avenue, parking is reserved for A. G. Mannion, 
displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

A|)pr()ved May 2. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Manor. 



No. 374 
(Council No. 692) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
KENTUCKY AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the west side of Kentucky 
Avenue lor Wanda Mathieu. 

St:cTi(».N 1. Be it ordai)tt'd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the west side of Kentucky Avenue, from a point 76' south of Cliftmont Avenue to 
a point 99' south of Cliftmont Avenue, parking is reserved for Wanda Mathieu, 
displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

.AppniVftl .Ma> 2, 19S.') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIlAKFLIi. Maunr. 



:^-l4 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 376 

No. 37;') 
(Council No. iWrA) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING -RESERVED 
SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the east side of 
Washington Street for WilHam Burke. 

StCTioN 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the east side of Washington Street, from a point 177' north of Gough Street to a 
point 199' north of Gough Street, parking is reserved for William Burke, display- 
ing a permit. 

Sei". 2. A)id be it further ordai)ted. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Appioveii May 2. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFLR. M. 



ii/or 



No. o7(i 
(Council No. 7u2) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS - 
BALTIMORE ARENA PARKING ASSOCIATES 

F(JR the purpose of authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one c»r more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, 
its economic development revenue bonds, to be designated "Baltimore City, 
Maryland Economic Development Revenue Bontis (Baltimore Arena Parking 
Associates Project)", in the aggi'egate principal amount not to exceed 
$4,000,000, pursuant to the provisions of the Maryland Economic DeveK»p- 
ment Revenue Bond Act, as amended, for the sole and exclusive purpose ui 
financing the costs, charges, fees and expenses in connection with the con- 
struction of a public parking garage located at 210-218 West Baltimore Street. 
Baltimore City, Maryland; authorizing the Mayor to accept, on behalf of the 
Mayor and City Council, the letter of intent of Baltimore Arena Parking 
Associates dated January 14, 1985; making certain legnslalive fiiuiings; 
authorizing and empowering the Board of Finance, prior to the issuance, sale 
and delivery of such bonds, to adopt a resolution pursuant to which the Boani 
of Finance shall prescribe, among other things, the form, terms, provisions. 



ORDINANCES 245 

manner or method of issuing and selling, and the time or times of issua.ice, and 
any and ail other details of such bonds, and do any and all things necessary, 
proper or expedient in connection with the issuance and sale of such bonds; 
providing for the issuance of bond anticipation notes; authorizing the private 
(negotiated) sale of such bonds; providing that Baltimore Arena Parking 
Associates shall agree to submit any plans and specifications to, and to coor- 
dinate with, the Department of Housing and Community Development in con- 
nection with any improvements to said buildings and make best efforts to use 
certain minority firms in connection with certain procurements; providing 
that, except under certain circumstances, Baltimore Arena Parking 
. Associates, prior to the issuance and sale of such bonds, shall have received 
the approval of the Mayor's Office of Manpower Resources of a final plan 
covering the future hiring needs of Baltimore Arena Parking Associates and 
its utilization of the training and recruitment services of that Office; providing 
that, except under certain circumstances, if such bonds are not issued and sold 
within six months after the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the 
Mayor, the authorization provided in this Ordinance to issue and sell such 
bonds shall expire; and generally providing for and determining various mat- 
ters and details in connection with the authorization, issuance, security, sale 
and |)ayment of such bcuuis. 

RECITALS 

The Marj'land Economic Development Revenue Bond Act, Sections 266A 
through 2GG-I, inclusive, of Article 41 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as 
amentled (the '"Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of Baltimore 
(the "City") to issue revenue bonds and to use the proceeds of the sale of such 
revenue bonds to finance uiulertakings for the accomplishment of any of the pur- 
poses, objects and powers of the City. Some of the general obligations of the City 
contemplated by the Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of unemploy- 
ment in Baltimore City, encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced 
economy in Baltimore City, promoting economic development in Baltimore City, 
and promoting the health, welfare and safety of the residents of Baltimore City. 

The City has received a letter of intent dated January 14, 1985 (the "Letter of 
Iiilenl") from Baltimore Arena Parking Associates (the "Borrower"), pursuant to 
which the Borrower has requested the City to participate in the financing of the 
costs of, and the charges, fees and expenses incurred in connection with, a cer- 
tain economic development project (the "Project") by issuing and selling 
economic development revenue bonds of the City in the aggregate principal 
amount ni)l to exceed ^4.01)0.000 (the "Bonds"), and by loaning the proceeds of 
the Boiiils to the Borrower, u|»on the terms and conditions of a loan agreement to 
be entered into between the (Mly and the Borrower (the "Loan Agreement"), as 
permitted by the Enal)ling Law (such K>an being herein referred to as the 
"Loan"). 

The Project to i)e I'liuuued with the proceeds of the Bonds will consist of: (a) the 
ikMnolition of the improvements on the property known as 210-218 West 
Baltimore Street and the construction of a public parking garage facility contain- 
ing approximately n)r),7H2 sc|uare feet on that property, (b) the accjuisition and 



24(J ORDINANCES Ord. No.. 376 

installalitju in that facility ot" such machinery and cqnipnK'nt and any or all iin- 
lirovonicnls lo the facility as may l)e necessary or useful in connection with the 
operation of a public parking garage facility, and (c) the acquisition of such other 
interests in land as may be necessary or suitable for the l*roject, including roads 
and rights of access, utilities and necessary site preparation facilities. 

The Loan Agreement will require the Borrower (a) to use the proceeds of the 
Bonds solely to finance the Project, and (b) to make Loan j)ayments which will be 
sufficient to enable the City to pay the principal of, and the interest and 
premium, if any, on tiie Bonds when and as the same siiall become due and 
payable. 

As security for the Bomls, the City will enter into a bond indenture (the "Bond 
indenlure') with either (a) a corporate trustee (the "Trustee") to be apj)ointed by 
the Board of Finance of Baltimore City (the "Board") for the benefit of the 
holders of the Bonds, or (I)) the original purchaser of the Bt>nds (the "Original 
l*urchaser") and a trustee for the disbursement of the proceeils of the Bonds 
(which may be the Original Furciiaser) (the "Project Fund Trustee"). Pursuant to 
the Bond Indentui'e the City shall pledge, assign, transfer and set over to the 
Trustee or the Original Purchaser and the Project Fund Trustee, their resj)ective 
successors and assigns, and grant a security interest in (among i>ther things) (a) 
all t»f the City's right, title and interest in and to ami remedies under the Loan 
Agreement, including (without limitation) any and all security referred to in the 
Loan Agi'eement, excepting only the right of the City to indemnification by the 
Borrower and to payments to the City for expenses incurred by the City itsell'. (b) 
the receipts and I'evenues of the City from the Loan, (c) certain moneys that are 
at any time or from time to time on deposit with the Trustee or the Project Fuiul 
Trustee, (d) all right, title and interest in and to and remedies with re.^pect to any 
and all other property of every ilescription and nature from time to time which by 
delivery or by writing of any kind is conveyeil. pledged, assigned or transferred, 
as and for additional security for the Bonds, by the City or by anyone on its 
behalf or with its u ritlen consent, to the Tru.^lee or ilie Original l*urcha.<er and 
the Project Fund Trustee, their respecti\ e succes>or> or assign>. anil (e) all of the 
City's right, title and interest in and to and ivmeilies under .^uch oilier 
documents, including (without limitation) mctrigage.-^. deeds of imst. g-uaraniie> 
and >ecurity instruments, as the Board shall deem necessary to effectuate the is- 
suance, sale and delivery of the Bonds and which the Board ^hall approve by a 
resolution or resolutions (the "Resolution") to be adopted by the Board priof lo 
the issuance, sale and deliveiT of any of the Bond-. If ihe Board find.- aiul tlelei-- 
mines, pur>uani iti the Kesolulii>n. thai ihe appomimeni of a Tru>tee bu- ihe 
beiiefil >if tliL- holders of the Bonds is not re(|inivd m oriler to i.-.-u«'. >ell. and 
deli\ er the Bonds and that the Project will be completed on or before the dale of 
deliverx of the Bonds, the Bt»aril ma.\ provide in llie Kesoluiion that the I'rojeci 
Fund Tm.-iee is not necessar\ and thai the City \^ill eiiier mlo the PoUil Inden- 
luie uith onl\ the Oi'iginal I*urchaser. 

The Bonds will be .-old al a pri\ale (negolialed) .-ale. 

NOW TllFKFFOPF. IN ACCOKDANCF WITH IHF FNAHLINC LAW: 



ORDINANCES 247 

Sk( iloN 1. Bf it oi^ddtKcd bti tlif Mayor and City Cmincil of Bait into re, That act- 
ing pursuant to the Enahling Law, it is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to lend the proceeds thereof to the Borrower for the sole and ex- 
clusive purpose of financing the costs of the Project will facilitate and expedite 
the completion of the Project by the Borrower. 

(2) The completion of the Project by the Borrower and the financing thereof as 
provided in this OnJinance will serve to promote the general purposes con- 
tem|)lated by the Enabling Law by (a) sustaining jobs and employment in 
Baltimore City, (b) promoting economic development in Baltimore City, and (c) 
encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore City. 

(3) Neither the Bonds nor- the interest thereon shall ever constitute a pledge of 
or involve the faith and credit or the taxing power of the City, and neither shall 
ever constitute a debt of the City within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of 
the Constitution of Maryland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter 
prt)vision limiting or restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other 
obligations of the City, and neither shall ever constitute or give rise to any 
pecuniary liability of the City. The Bonds, and the interest thereon shall be 
limited obligations of the City, repayable by the City solely from the revenue 
derived from Loan repayments (both principal and interest) made to the City by 
the Borrower on account of the Loan and from any other moneys made available 
to the City for such, purpose. The proceeds of the Bonds will be paid directly to 
the Trustee or the Project Fund Tnistee to be held and disbursed by the Trustee 
or the Project Fund Trustee as provided in the Bond Indenture to be approved by 
the Board in the Resolution, provided, however, that if the Board finds and 
determines, pursuant to the Resolution, that the Project will be completed on or 
before the dale of delivery of the Bonds, the Board may provide in the Resolution 
that the proceeds of the Bonds will be paid directly to the Borrower, or for the ac- 
count of the Borrower, to be used by the Borrower to pay the costs of, or to reim- 
burse the Borrower for the payment of the costs of, the completion of the Proj- 
ect, as provided in the Bond Indenture to be approved by the Board in the 
Resolution. Payments of the principal of and the interest and premium, if any, on 
the Loan will be paid by llie Borrower directly to the Trustee or to the Original 
Punha.-er, its successor> and assigns, as provided in the Bond Indenture to be 
approved by the Board in the Resolution. No such moneys will be commingled 
with the funds of the City or will be subject to the absolute control of the City, 
but will be subject only to such limite<l supervision and checks as are deemed 
neces.siry or desirable by the City to in.sure that the proceeds t)f the Bonds are 
u>ed t(» accompii.^ii the piiltlir purpt)ses of the Enabling Law and this Ordinance. 
The loan form of iran>aclion authorized hereunder shall in no event constitute a 
capital project within the naaning of any charter or statutory provision. The 
|>ulilic purpo.<es e\pre.->ed in the Enabling Law are to be achieved by facilitating 
the completion of the Pnijecl by the Borrower. 

(4)Thet"ity will acquire no interest in the Project other than (a) any general in- 
terest in the Borrower'.^ property shared by all holders of the Borrt)Wer's obliga- 



'^■iS ORDINANCES Ord. No. 376 

lions wliic'li lank and are secui'ed tHiually with the B()rr()wer's ohligalioiis \>uv- 
suatU Id I he Loan Agreenienl, (b) any hen and security iniere.^t crealeil by the 
Loan Agreement, and (c) any interest created l)y any oilier niorigage or deed of 
tiust or other security instrument executed and dehvered by tlie Borrower or 
any third party as security for the Lt>an or llie Bonds as the Board may provide 
for and approve in the Resolution. The security for the Bt)nds shall be solely and 
exclusively (a) the absolute, irrevocable and unconditii»nal obligations of the Bor- 
rower to make the payments required by the Loan Agreement, (b) moneys real- 
ized from the licjuidation of any lien and security interest created by the Loan 
Agreement and of any other lien or security interest created with respect to any 
property as security for the Loan or the Bonds as tiie B(»aril may pntvide for and 
approve in the Resolution, and (c) moneys realized from any gaiaraniy or in- 
surance of, or other credit support for, the Bonds or of the Loan as the Board 
may provide for and approve in the Resolution. 

(5) The best interests of the City will be served by selling the Bonds at a private 
(negotiated) sale, as authorized by the Enabling Law, upon terms and conditions 
approved by the Board in the Resolution. 

(()) The issuance of the Bonds shall be accomplishe<l in accordance with the 
laws, regulations, policies, and procedures applicable tit the City, and the a[)- 
proval for the issuance of the Bonds incluiies a consideration of the purposes of 
the Enabling Act and of the reijuirements set forth in Section 8 of Executive 
Order 0LOl.li)85. 01 -Proclamation on Private Activity Bi>nd Allocations for 
I'iiiii^) and Later- issued by the Governor of Maryland on January 14. liJSf). The 
specific reiiuirements consiilered include the feasibility of rei|uiiing the Bor- 
rower to make best efforts to use minority firms, as defined in Section 8-»)(U itf 
Article 21 iii the Annotated Code of Maryland, a> amended, in the constructitnj 
of the Project or the provision o( serxices or >upplies with the proceetis of the 
Bonds. 

Sk( . '1. And In il fitrtln r iinldiitcil. That the City is iiereby authorized ainl eni- 
pou ered lo i.-^sue, sell and deliver, at any time, or from time to time, and in one t>r 
more .-eries, and as limited obligations of the City and not upon ii.-^ full faith and 
credit, its economic development revenue b()nd> in the aggi"egale principal 
amount not lit exceed ;^4.1M)0. 000. subject to the provisiitns of this Onlinance. Tiie 
proceetis of the Bond.-^ will be loane<l to the Bi>rroWei' pursuant to the term> and 
pro\ i.-ii'ii> of the Loan Agreement, to be u.-ed by the Borri»wer tor the .-ole and 
exclusi\e purpose of financing the cosi>. charge.-, lee.-, and expen.-e.- in connec- 
tion with the completion of the Pn>)ecl. The Bond.- and the iniere.-l thereon >hall 
be liniilcd obligation.- of the City, repaxable b\ the L"il\ .-olcl\ tVom the |-c\enue 
derived fi'om Loan repa> nients (both principal and interest) made lo the City by 
the BoiTouer j»ursuani to the Loan Agreement and from any oiher moneys made 
available to the (^iiy for such purpi»-e. The securii\ lor the Boutls shall be >t»lely 
anti e\clusi\ely a.- provided in Seclii>n 1 of this Ordinance. 

Si.t . o. Ami l» tt I'lrtln r .n<hiiii> '/. That lliis Ordinance con.-lilute.- the commil- 
nieni of the Ciiy lo i-.-ue ilu- Bond-, and the Ma>or of Baluiiiore Cii> i.- Iiereby 
authorized to accept ihe Letter of Intent on behalf of tlie City in ordei' to fiu'iher 



ORDINANCES 249 

evidence the coniniitinent of the City to issue tlie Bonds in accordance with the 
terms and provisions of this Ordinance. The City intends that the enactment of 
this Ordinance shall ccjnstitute "official action" within the meaning of Section 
I.103-8(aKr)) of the Income Tax Regulations adopte(i by the United States 
Department of the Treasury pursuant to Section 103 of the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954, as amended. The City and the Borrower contemplate that, upon 
the effectiveness of this Ordinance, the Borrower may commence the Project 
prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, provided, however, that if 
the Borrower proceeds with the Project prior to the effective date of the Resolu- 
tion (described in Section 1 1 of this Ordinance), the Borrower shall bear the risk 
of non-issuance of the Bonds and of any loss which may directly or indirectly 
result from the non-issuance. 

Sec. 4. And be it f milter ordained, That each of the Bonds shall bear the 
descriptive title "Baltimore City, Maryland Economic Development Revenue 
Bonds (Baltimore Arena Parking Associates Project)", provided, that the 
descriptive title may contain such other descriptive information as the Board 
may prescribe in the Resolution (e.g., "1985 Series"). The Bonds shall bear in- 
terest at the rate or rates of interest to be determined by negotiation with the 
Original Purchaser or other purchasers of the Bonds and to be approved and 
prescribed by the Board in the Resolution. 

Stc. 5. And he kt further ordained. That, as permitted by the Enabling Law, 
the provisions set forth in this Ordinance for the issuance and sale of the Bonds 
are intended and shall l)e deemed to include provisions for the issuance and sale 
of bond anticipation notes without the adoption of any further ordinance or other 
action by the City Council of Baltimore City. Accordingly, the words "bonds" and 
"Bonds", as used in this Ordinance, shall ii^-lude such bond anticipation notes, 
unless the context clearly reijuires a contrary meaning. At no time shall the ag- 
gregate principal amount of any bond anticipation notes exceed the amount set 
forth in Section 2 of this Ordinance. It is intended that the aggregate principal 
amount of issued and oulslajiding bond anticipation notes, when added to the ag- 
gregate principal amount of issued and outstanding Bonds in anticipation of 
which such notes were issued, shall not exceed the aggregate princijial anuiunt 
set fortli in Section 2 of this Ordinance at any time. The City will agree to pay 
any bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Ordinance and the interest 
and premium, if asiy, thereon from the proceeds of the Bonds in anticipation of 
the >iik' of which such notes are issued, and the City will agree to issue such 
B(»n<ls when, and as soon as, the reason for deferring the issuance of the Bonds 
no longer exists. The timely issuance of such bonds, however, is depended upon 
matters not within the control of the City, including (without limitation) the ex- 
istence of a purchaser or |)urchasers for such Bonds at the time the reason for 
tleferring the issuance of ilie Bonds no longer exists and the effectiveness of 
various actions taken by ihe Borrower and related parties. 

Skc. ii. And lie d further urdained. That the definitive Bonds, which n)ay be 
engraved, printed or lypewiitten, including any Trustee's certificate of aulhen- 
tiialion to be emlorseil thereon, shall be in such form, not inconsistent with the 
Enabling Law and the provisions of this Ordinance, as the Board may approve in 
the Resolution. 



25U ORDINANCES Ord. No. 376 

Si;('. 7. And be il fuiificr orihiined, That llie Hcmds shall be exoculed in the 
name ol" ihc Tily and on its behalf by the Mayor of Baltimore City, by his manual 
or facsimile signatme. and by the Director of Finance of Baltimore City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduceii thereon and attested by the 
Custodian i>f the City Seal, by his manual signature. The Loan Agreement, the 
Bond Indenture and. where applicable, all other documents as the Bt)ard shall 
deem necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, shall 
be executed in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of Baltimore 
City by his manual or facsimile signature, and the ct)rporate seal of the City or a 
facsimile thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and at- 
tested by the Custodian of the City Seal by his manual signature. In case any of- 
ficer whose signature or a facsimile of whose signature shall appear on the Bonds 
or any of the aforesaid documents shall cease to be such officer before the 
delivery of the Bonds or any of the other aforesaiil documents, sucli signature or 
such facsimile shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same 
as if such officer hati remained in office until delivery. The Mayor of Baltimore 
City, the Director of Finance of Baltimore City, the Custodian of the City Seal 
and other officials of the City are hereby authorizeii and em|)owered to do all 
such acts and things and e.xecute such documents and certificates as the Board 
may <letermine in the Resolution lo l)e necessary to carry out and com|)ly with 
the pn)visions hereof. 

Skc. 8. .4/((/ Ih' it furlln'i- oiiUuiiai. That, subject to the provisions of Section 
U>, the Bonds shall be e.xecuted, issued and delivereil al any time, or ivuin time to 
time, in one t)r more series and in such amount uv amounts not exceeding, in the 
aggregate, the principal anuamt of ;i;4.U(M).l)U(). as the Board shall presciibe in 

the Resolution. 

Skc. i>. And he it I'tiitlur ordiintul. Thai the Bonds shall be dated, shall be in 
such denominations, shall be of such form and tenor, and shall be payable in such 
amounts, at such times, and at such place av places as the Board shall prescribe in 

I he Re.-clulioii. 

Skc. 10. And ht tt inrtli, r urd'itntd. Thai ihi- Boiid.- nia\ be subjeii lo redc-mp- 
tion i»riwr l<» their staled malurilies uj.on such lerni.- and ci.ndilh'n.- as ihe Board 
shall prescribe in ihe Resolution. 

Skc. 11. .1/m/ fit it lurtlnr (.nlmmd. Tlial pn.T lo ihe i.-.-u.mce. .-ale and 
■delivery of the Bontis, ihe Board >hall adv. pi llie Re.->.luiii'n. pin-.-uani li> wliich 
Board >liall: 

(a) prescribe ihe form, leiioi-, terms and coutlilions y>i, and the security f.-r. ihe 
Bi.nds; 

(1.) prescribe ihe actual amounis. rale or rales of imere>l (oi- the method ,.f 
detei ininiiig ihe rale or rale.-), ileiiominalion.-. dale, aciual nialurily or 
nialuriiie.-. and ihe plaie or places (.f payment of ihe Bonds, and the lerms and 
coii.iiu..i,> and .lelails un.ler w liich ihe Bon.ls may be called for redeUiption prior 
lo liieir .-laied niaiuriiie.-; 



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ORDINANCES 251 

(c) il" ivtiuired in ojtitT to issue, sell and deliver the Bonds, appoint a hank hav- 
ing trust powers, or a trust company, as Trustee for the henefit of the liolders of 
the Bonds and, if necessary, appoint a paying agent or agents for the Bonds, 
which may be the Trustee; 

(d) subject to the re(iuirements of Section 16, approve the form and contents, 
and authorize the execution and delivery, where applicable, of (i) the Loan Agree- 
ment, (ii) the Bond Indenture, (iii) any insurance agreements or other credit sup- 
port instrument provided by any person to pay or insure the payment of the prin- 
cipal of, and the interest and premium, if any, on the Bonds or the Loan, or both, 
including, without limitation, agreements by the Maryland Industrial Develop- 
ment Financing Authority to provide financial assistance under the provisions of 
the Maryland Industrial Development Financing Authority Act, Title 13, Sub- 
title 1, of the Financial Institutions Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, 
and (iv) such other documents, including, without limitation, mortgages, deeds of 
trust, guaranties and security instruments as the Board shall deem necessary to 
approve in order to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds; 

(e) approve the terms and conditions of any bond purchaser agreement with 
underwriters or other purchasers of the Bonds for the purchase and sale of the 
Bonds (»f any series (or any [>ortion thereof); 

(I) determine the time of execution, issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds 
and prescribe any and all other details of the Bonds; 

(g) provide for the (hrecl payment by the Borrower of all costs, fees and ex- 
penses imposed or incurred by or on behalf of the City in connection with the 
auth(»rization, issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds, including, without limita- 
tion, the costs t)f jjrinting the Bonds and necessary documents associated with 
the issuance of the Bonds and the fees of and compensation to any person (other 
than full time employees of the City) performing services by or on behalf of the 
City in connection with the authorization, issuance, sale and delivery of the 
Bonds; 

(h) if required for the sale of the Bonds of any series at private (negotiated) 
sale, prepare and distribute, in conjunction with representatives of the Borrower 
and the jjrospective |)urchasers of ov underwriters for the Bonds of any series, 
both a preliminary and a final official statement in connection with the sale of the 
Bonds of any series, provided, however, that any such prelinjinary official state- 
ment shall be clearl\ marke<l to indicate that it is subject to completion and 
amendment; 

(i) if a Trustee i.- appomied. provide for the issuance and sale (subject to the 
passage of an appropriate ordinance authorizing the same as may l)e retjuireil at 
the time) of one (tr more series of additional bonds and one or more series of 
refunding bonds; and 

(]) do any and all lhing>, and authorize the officials of the City to do any and all 
thirjgs, nece>sary. prt»per oi- expetlieni in connection with the issuance, sale and 
delivery of the Boiid.>. 

Ski . \1. And ht it In ill, if oiilni tud. 'Huit the Loan Agreement and the Bond 
Indenture >hall cuniain ^u^•h terms, provisions and conditions not inconsistent 



252 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 376 

with Iho Knal)liiij,^ Law and the provisions of iliis C)r(hnaiK-e as tiic B(tard shall 
approNc in the Resolution. 

Skc. 13. Ami In' it fart her t>r(l((i)n'(l. That as authorizeil by llie Enabling- Eaw. 
the Bonds shall be sold at private (negotiated) sale upon sueh terms and condi- 
tions as shall be apjtroved by the Board in the Kesolution. 

St:c. 14. And be il further orddined. That neither the Bonds nor the interest 
thereon shall ever constitute a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or the tax- 
ing power of the City, and neither shall ever constitute a debt of the City within 
the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or other 
constitutional, statutory or charter provisions limiting or restricting the sale or 
issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City, and neither shall ever 
constitute or give rise to any {)ecuniary liability of the City. The Bonds, anil the 
interest thereon, shall be limited obligations of the City, the principal of and in- 
terest on which Bonds shall be payable by the City solely from the revenues 
derived from Loan rei)ayments (both principal and interest) made to the City by 
the Borrower on account of the Loan and, to the extent provided by the Board in 
tne Kesolution, irom the proceeds of the Bonds, and from any other moneys 
made available to the City for such purpose. The proceeds of the Bonds will be 
paid directly to the Trustee or the Project Fund Trustee to be held and di.sbursed 
by the Trustee or by the Project Fund Trustee as provided in the Bond Indenture 
to be ai)pri>\ed by the Board in the Resolution, provided, however, that if the 
Board finds and determines, pursuant to the Resolution, that the a|ipointment (»f 
a Trustee for the benefit of the holders of the Bonds is not reijuired in order to 
issue, .sell, and deliver the Bonds and that the Project will be completed on or 
before the date of delivery of the Bonds, the Board may provide in the Resolution 
that the jiroceeds of the Bonds will be paid directly to the Borrower, or for the ac- 
count of the Borrower, to be used by the Borrowei" to [lay the- costs »>!", or to reim- 
burse the Borrower for the payment of the costs of, the c(»niplftion of the Proj- 
ect, as i)ro\ided in the Bond Indenture to be approved by the Board in the 
Resolution. Xo such moneys will be ctimmingled wiih the Ciiy".- fund.- or will be 
subject to the absolute control of the City, but will be subject only to such limited 
supervision and checks as are deemed necessary or desirable by the City lo in- 
sure that the proceeds of the Bonds are used to aicomplish the public purposes of 
the Enabling Law and this Ordinance. 

Skc. IT). And In- tl I'lntht r (irdmitrd. That in con.-ideration of ihe |iurcha.-e and 
acce|ilanceof the Bonds by those wlio .-hall hold the Bond.- from lime U) time, the 
Ci(\ does hereby, and by the execution and deli\ery of the Bond indenture to be 
appro\ed b\ the Board the City sliall, set a.-i<le ami pledge the income and 
revenue under the Loan Agreement (other than payments t«> the City for indem- 
nification or to reimburse the City ft>r expenses incurretl by the l"it\ itself) to the 
Tru>iee or tlie Original Purchaser, its succes-or.- and a.-sign.-. to be u.-ed and ap- 
plied lor the [ia>nient of the principal <tf, premimii, if an\, and inlere.-t on the 
Bond.-. Pursuant to the terms of the Loan Agreement to be ai>pi-o\ed by the 
Boai'd in ilie Re.-olulion, payments sul'lu-ienl for ilk- prompt pa\nient when due 
of the prinnpat of. premium, if any. an<l intere.-i on the I^mds are to be paid by 
the Borrower to the Tru.-lee for the benefit of the holder.- *if the Bond.-, oi- to liie 
Original Pui'cliaser, il> .-ucce.-.-ors and a.-signs, b>r the account of the ("\i\ . 



ORDINANCES 253 

St:( . U). And he itfurdicr ordatited, That the Borrower shall agree in the Loan 
Agreement approved l»y the Board that: 

(a) It will submit an=y plans and specifications for the Project to the Department 
«if Hiiusing and Community Development for approval, which approval shall not 
be withheld unreasonably; 

(b) 1 1 and its developers will w(jrk with the design advisory group appointed by 
ihe Department of llousiiig and Community Development in order to achieve 
high (juality design, and 

(c) It shall make best efforts to use minority firms, as defined in Section 8-001 
of Article 21 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, in the construc- 
tion ctf the Project or the provision of services or supplies with the proceeds of 
the Bonds. 

Sec. 17. .4//*/ />«■ it further urdaincd, That the Borrower, prior to the issuance 
and sale of the Bonds, shall receive the approval of the Mayor's Office of Man- 
power Resources of a final plan covering the future hiring needs of the operator 
or manager of the facilities acquired with proceeds of the Bonds and the utiliza- 
tion l)y the operator or manager of the training and recruitment services of that 
Office; provided h«)wever. that in the event such approval has not been received, 
then the Borrower shall submit to the Baltimore Economic Development Cor- 
poration a timetable aiul procedure, approvetl by that Office, for the develop- 
ment of such a final plan. 

Sli . 1^. And bf i( jurlhtr ordatnctl. That the pn)visions of this Ordinance are 
severable, ami if any provisi(»n, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held to 
be illegal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or cir- 
cumstances, .such illegality, invalidity, unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall 
not affect or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, 
or parts of iliis Ordinance, or their application to other persons or circumstances. 
It is hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have 
pas.-ed if such illegal, invalid (»r unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, sec- 
tion or part had not been include^! herein, and if the person or circumstances to 
which this ( )rdinance or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically ex- 
em|)ied herelVom, provided, however, that neither the Bonds nor the interest 
thereon shall e\ er constitute a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or taxing 
power of the City, and neither shall ever constitute a debt of the City within the 
meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or any other 
con<iiiiiii(,ual, statutory or charter provision limiting or restricting the sale or is- 
suance of bonds, notes »)r other obligations of the City, and neither shall give rise 
to any pecuniary liability of the City. 

Si.f. li). .-l/((/ /;< it fnrllivr untiunvd. That, if none of the Bonds ai'e issued and 
Sold within the (i-month period immediately following the date on which this 
Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of Baltimore (^ity, the authorization provid- 
ed in thi> Ordinance f.u- the City to issue and sell the Bonds shall expire provided, 
liowiver, that tlu- Board may, after a showing of good cause at a public hearing 
held luiore liie Board, extend such authorization for one additional term not to 
exceed .-ix (ti) monih>. i'lie li<iard, in its sole discretion, .-hall determine the suffi- 



254 ORDINANCES 



Ord. No. 377 



i-ioiu-y. ()i-.|ai'k llkTodf, ol' the ivasoiis pivseiilcd tn|- an> reciiic-sted cxu-nsioii ul" 
lliis Ordiiianco. IT an fxlcnsiiin is ^rantod. noiicv (.f such exu-nsion and llio 
ri'a.-ons ihert'lor musi he sent lo the Ch\ (\iiineil u|" BahiiiKnv ("iiy. 

Ski . l!(». Ami In it jurtln'i- onldimd, Tlial tliis Ordiiiaiue shall lal<e ell'eel lV..in 
ihe dale ol" its api»iu\al hy ihe Mayor of Bailinioiv C'ily. 

Approved May 2. 11)8;') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAfc:FLK, Muji.,: 



No. 377 
(CouiK-il No. 54<)) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 

DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT WITH A DRIVE THROUGH WINDOW - 

3700 PULASKI HIGHWAY 

FOR the purpose ofgi'anting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the proper- 
ty known as 3700 Pulaski Highway, as outlined in red on the plats accompany- 
ing this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 6.3-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Sfxtio.x 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the property known as 
3700 Pulaski Highway, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this or- 
dinance, under the provisions of Sections 6.3-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of the 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

Stc. 2. A}id be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a pari hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of F^inance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Si:( . 3. And be it further ordained. Tiiai this ordinance shall lake effect the 
30ih day after the dale of its enactment. 

.\pprt.\rd .Ma\ :l li»>r> 

WiLl.lA.M I)().\ Al.l) Sill.\KFLi:. M-n,..,: 



ORDINANCES 255 

No. 378 
(Council No. G08) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

MINORS-CRIMINAL TOOLS 

FOR the purpose of prohibiting the sale, RENTAL OR OFFER FOR SALE of 
certain criminal automotive devices to minors; REQUIRING PERSONS 
SELLING THESE DEVICES TO KEEP A BOOK LISTING EACH SALE; 
defining certain terms. 

BY repealing and reordaining with amendments 
Article 19- Police Ordinances 
Subtitle -Criminal Tools 
Section 9 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordaiitt'd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealeil, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 19 -POLICE ORDINANCES 

Criminal Tools 

9. Prohibitions. 

(a) No perst»n shall knowingly possess or have under his control any device, in- 
strument or article listed herein, with purpose to do any unlawful act: 

1. Detached Ignition Switch 

2. Jumper Wire Device 

3. Key Cutter 

4. Slidehammer 

5. SLIM-JIM 

e 6. Any other device, instrument or article commonly used, designed or 
specially adapted for criminal use. 

It. A jursiHi iKHij not fntvirniyly GIVE sell, rent or oljer for s(de any oj the 
fuHnainy derices to any minor child WHO IS A'A'OH'A' TO BE under the aye of 
IS: 

1. ihtachtd lynition Suulch 
~. J Unifier Wirt Dectct 
.i. Kvy Cutter 
-4- SItilt hinnnier 
5 SLIM JIM 

o tj. Any other derice. instrument or article commonly used, desiy}ied or 
si'iciidly adaideil fir cnmund use. 

l(l')Ur; Ft»r the puipose of this ordinance, the following terms, phrases, works 
WORDS and their derivation shall have the meaning given herein: 



25() ORDINANCES Ord. No. 378 

(1) "Dolaclu'd Ignition Device" means jmy ij^iiilion cylinder capahle of cKin- 
[lUlin^- the i'lecli-icai ciivuil in the ignition system ol' an aulomoWile. 

CJ.) "Jumper Wire Device" means any electiii-al connecting device designed 
to I'omplete the electrical circuit in the ignition of an automobile. 

(;i) "Key Cutter" means key-making device capahle ol" cutting or punching 
out keys. 

(-'() "l\rsi)n" incnttf< ct'trt/ tndirtiiiKil. Itint, pii rhtcrsh iji, tis.^iirmhiiii nr ror- 
fiiirnliuii. 

((4)1 (5) "Slidehammer". t*r "Slaithammer" OK DKNT-I'ULLEK means a 
device with a moveal)le weighted sleeve on a hmI used to remove aut«tmol)ile 
locks. 

(()) SLLM-JLM" MEANS A DEVICE FOR UNLOCKING CAR DOORS. 

(D) EVERY F'ERSON WHO SELLS, RENTS OR LENDS THE DEVICES 
LISTED IN THIS SECTION SHALL KEEP AT HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS A 
BOOK IN WHICH SHALL BE LEOIBLY WRITTEN. IN ENGLISH. AT THE 
TIME OF EACH TRANSACTION IN THE COURSE OF HIS BUSINESS. AN 
ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF THE I)E\'ICE SOLD, RENTED OR LENT. 
AND THE NAME. RESIDENCE. AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PERSON 
BUYING. RENTING OR BORROWING THE DE\ICE; THE DESCRIPTION 
OF THE PERSON SHALL CONSIST OF THE COLOR. SEX. APPROX- 
IMATE HEIGHT, AGE AND ANY DISTINGUISHING FEATURE OV SUCH 
PERSON. 

(E) NO PERSON WHO PURCHASES. RECEDES OR ACCEPTS SAID 
REGULATED TOOLS SHALL FAIL OR REFUSE TO GI\ E HIS TRUE 
NAME. CORRECT AGE AND CORRECT ADDRESS. 

|(c)| H-tiV) Any person violating the pr«>visions ol" this suhlitle is guilty ol" a 
mistlemeanor and. upon the conviction tliereol'. shall he lined not more than live 
hundred dollars (;>r)(M).ii()) or impri-oned for nt)t moiv than si\ m..iuhs, or hoih. 

Skc. 1^. AikI hr tl/intln r ordin nt il , That this ordin.mce .->hall take vi[\\{ on the 
otlih day after the <lale of its enactment. 

Approved Ma\ H. P»^.") 

WILLIA.M DONALD SCll.XEFKR. .\hnru: 



ORDINANCES 257 

No. 379 
(Council No. 653) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-OPENING HAWK STREET AND CONCORD STREET 

LYING WITHIN THE MUNICIPAL CENTER 

URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT 

FOR the purpose of condemning and opening of (1) Hawk Street, extending from 
Market Place, Easterly to Concord Street and (2) Concord Street, extending 
from Lombard Street, Northerly to the former bed of Water Street and lying 
within the Municipal Center Urban Renewal Project in accordance with a plat 
thereof numbered 317-A-23K, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division 
and filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Sixteenth 
(16th) day of January, 1985. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections- 2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and open (1) Hawk Street, extending from Market Place, Easterly to 
Concord Street and (2) Concord Street, extending from Lombard Street, North- 
erly to the former bed of Water Street and lying within the Municipal Center Ur- 
ban Renewal Project the streets hereby directed to be condemned for said open- 
ing being described as follows: 

1-Hawk Street, 38.5 feet wide, extending from Market Place, varying in 
width, Easterly 161 feet, more or less, to Concord Street, 49.5 feet wide, and 
designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2 -Concord Street, 49.5 feet wide, extending from Lombard Street, varying in 
width, Northerly 194 feet, more or less, to the former bed of Water Street, as 
condemned and closed in accordance with Ordinance No. 1081, approved Decem- 
ber 1 , 1983 by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and designated as Parcel 

No. 2. 

The said Hawk Street and Concord Street as directed to be condemned being 
more particularly described and referred to among the Land Records of 
Baltimore City and delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 
317-A-23K which was filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works on 
the Sixteenth (16th) day of January, in the year 1985, and is now on file in said 
Office. 

Sbir. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and opening of said Hawk 



258 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 380 

Street and Concord Street and the proceedings and rights of ail parties in- 
terested or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of 
Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 
1, 1973 and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the 
General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have 
been adopted by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of 
Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approvt'il May 3. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLK. M<nfnr 



No. 38(1 
(Council No. (;r>4) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



CITY STREET-CLOSING HAWK STREET AND CONCORD STREET 

LYING WITHIN THE MUNICIPAL CENTER 

URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing of (1) Hawk Street, extending from 
Market Place, Easterly to Concord Street and (2) Concord Street, extending 
from Lombard Street, Northerly to the former bed of Water Street and lying 
within the Municipal Center Urban Renewal Project in accordance w ith a plat 
thereof numbered 317-A-23L, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division 
and filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Sixteenth 
(16th) day of January, 1985. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 
. Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

SkiTIon 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimort. That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close (1) Hawk Street, extending from Market Place, Easterly to 
Conconl Street and (2) Concord Street, extending from Lombard Street, North- 
erly to the former bed of Water Street and lying within the Municijial Center Ur- 
ban Renewal Project the streets hereby directed to be condemneil tor said clos- 
ing being described as follows: 



ORDINANCES 259 

1-Hawk Street, 38.5 feet wide, extending from Market Place, varying in 
width. Easterly 161 feet, more or less, to Concord Street, 49.5 feet wide, and 
designated as Parcel No. 1. 

2 -Concord Street, 49.5 feet wide, extending from Lombard Street, varying in 
width. Northerly 194 feet, more or less to the former bed of Water Street, as con- 
demned and closed in accordance with Ordinance No. 1081, approved Decem- 
ber 1, 1983 by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, and designated as Parcel 
No. 2. 

The said Hawk Street and Concord Street as directed to be condemned being 
mor^ particularly described and referred to among the Land Records of 
Baltimore City and delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 
317-A-23L which was filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works on 
the Sixteenth (16th) day of January, in the year 1985, and is now on file in said 
Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or cor- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be consti-ucted or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constiiicted or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highways, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 



•2G0 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 381 

through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purpose of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, relocation 
and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and this 
without permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of said land. 

Sec. Q.Ayid be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and closing of said Hawk 
Street and Concord Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties in- 
terested or affected thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, 
any and all applicable provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of 
Maryland and the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 
1, 1973 and any and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the 
General Assembly of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have 
been adopted by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of 
Legislative Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved May 3. 1981 



W ILLIAM DONALD SCH AEFLR. .\L 

No. 3^1 
(Council No. (!.')(;) 



n/or. 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



STREET ENCROACHMENT-COMMERCE STREET 
AND CUSTOM HOUSE A\'ENUE 

FOR the purpose of authorizing the construction and maintenance of an 
underground transformer access vault projecting 8 feet into the public right of 
way on Commerce Street from the west wall of the Chamber oi Commerce 
Building; and a ramp and steps projecting 4'4" into the public right of way on 
Custom House Avenue from the east wall of the Chamber of Commerce 
Building. 

BY authority 

Article 32- Building Code of Baltimore City 

Sections 310.1 and 310.2 

Building Code of Baltimore City (1982 Edition anel Supplement) 

SectIo.n 1. Be it urdaintd by the Mayor a)td City Council of Baltimort. That 
the construction and maintenance of an underground transformer access vault is 
hereby authorized on the west side of the property known generally as the 



ORDINANCES 261 

Chamber of Commerce Building, extending 8 feet into the sidewalk and being 12 
feet wide; and construction and maintenance of a handicapped ramp and steps is 
authorized on the east side of the property known generally as the Chamber of 
Commerce Building. The steps shall extend 4 feet 4 inches out from the east side 
of the building and shall be 36 feet 3 inches wide. Except as specifically provided 
in this ordinance, all ordinances and rules and regulations of the Mayor and City 
Council shall be complied with in the construction and use of said structure. 

Sec. 2. And be it further urdained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Approved May 3, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor. 



No. 382 
(Council No. 680) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

URBAN RENEWAL -COLDSPRING- AMENDMENT 4 

FOR the purpose of amending the Urban Renewal Plan for Coldspring, to, 
among other things, add "Industrial" to the list of permitted land uses; change 
the land use and disposition lot pattern in order to create 2 new Disposition 
Lots for Industrial use and a Disposition Lot for Public Park/Recreation use; 
delete the recommended Zoning District change from Mil to R-6 for the two 
Industrial Disposition Lots; create a pedestrian easement to facilitate access 
from the Woodberry community to certain public park land; revise certain Ex- 
hibits attached to the Urban Renewal Plan to reflect the changes proposed 
herein; waive such requirements, if any, as to content or procedure for the 
preparation, adoption, and approval of renewal plans as set forth in Article 13 
of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume) which the Renewal 
Plan for Coldspring may not meet; provide for the separability of the various 
parts and applications of this Ordinance; provide that where the provisions of 
this Ordinance shall contlict with any other ordinance, code or regulation in 
force in the City of Baltimore, the provision which establishes the higher 
standard shall prevail; and provide for an effective date thereof. 

WntikEAS, an Urban Renewal Plan for Coldspring was approved by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore by Ordinance No. 242, dated January 8, 1973, and 
amended by Ordinance 847, dated April 7, 1975 and by resolutions of the Board 
of Estimates on October 8, 1975 and April 21, 1982; and 

WiiKKF.AS, pursuant to Article 13 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replace- 
ment Volume), no substantial change or changes shall be made in any renewal 
plan, after approval by ordinance, without such change or changes first being 
adopted and approved in the same manner as set forth in said Article 13 for the 



2G2 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 382 

approval of renewal plans, namely the preparation of such change or clianges by 
the Department of Housing and Community Development, the approval of such 
change or changes by the Director of the Department of Planning, and approval 
and adoption by an ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore after a 
public hearing in relation thereto, all in the manner set forth in said Article 13; 
and 

WufciKEAS, it is necessary to amend the Urban Renewal Plan for Coldspring to 
permit industrial development on City-owned land presently designated • for 
public park use in the southern portion of Coldspring and in accordance with 
State law (Article 5-906(e)7 of the Annotated Code of Maryland on Natural 
Resources, to designate land of at least equivalent area and open space value in 
another portion of Coldspring, as well as to designate a pedestrian easement in 
the southern portion of Coldspring to facilitate access from the \V00dben7 com- 
munity to certain public park land; and 

WHtkEAS, the Department of Housing and Community Development has 
prepared a list of changes to the Renewal Plan for Coldspring, identified as 
"Amendment No. 4 to the Urban Renewal Plan for Coldspring, dated February 
7, 1985"; and 

\Vhere.\s, said Amendment No. 4 to the Renewal Plan for Coldspring has been 
approved by the Director of the Department of Planning with respect to its con- 
formity as to the Master Plan; the detailed location of any public improvements 
proposed in the amended Renewal Plan; its conformity to the rules and regula- 
tions for subdivisions; and its conformity to existing and proposed zoning 
classifications; and said Amendment No. 4 to the Renewal Plan has been ap- 
proved and recommended to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore by the 
Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development; 
now, therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City CuinicH of Baltimore. That 
the follouing amendment and changes to the Renewal Plan for Coldspring, hav- 
ing been duly reviewed and considered, are hereby approved, and the Clerk of 
the City Council is hereby directed to file a copy of said Renewal Plan, revised to 
include Amendment No. 4, dated February' 7, 1985, with the Department of 
Legislative Reference as a permanent public record and make the same available 
for public inspection and information: 

1. In the Table of Contents: 

a. page i, insert the following new subsection under "Description of 
Predominant Land Uses": 

"Industrial C.2.f. 5" 

b. page ii, section entitled "Exhibits", delete the dates following General 
Land Use Plan Map, Land Disposition Map. and Zoning Districts Map, and 
substitute "2/7/85". 

2. In Section C.2. entitled "Description ofPredontinant Land L'sis", add the 
following new subsection on page 5 after "e. Public": 

"f. Industrial 



ORDINANCES 263 

In the area designated on the General Land Use Plan as Industrial, 
uses shall be limited to those permitted in the M-1 Zoning District by the Zoning 
Ordinance of Baltimore City (1984 Edition, as amended)." 

3. Delete Exhibit ND 401-1 General Land Use Plan Map, dated as revised 
2/27/75, Exhibit ND 401-3 Land Disposition Map, dated as revised 2/27/75, and 
Exhibit ND 401-4 Zoning Districts Map, dated as revised 12/3/79 and substitute 
new Exhibits ND 401-1, ND 401-3, and ND 401-4, dated as revised 2/7/85, in 
order to show the following changes in land use, disposition lots, and recom- 
mended zoning: 

a. Change the land use and reduce the size of a portion of Disposition Lot 
30 for Public Park/Recreation by creating two new Disposition Lots-Nos. 32 
and 33 -for Industrial use. 

b. Change the land use of a portion of Disposition Lot 19 from Residential 
to Public ParkyRecreation and create 2 new Disposition Lots-Nos. 34 and 
35 -for Residential use from the remainder of Disposition Lot 19. 

c. Create a pedestrian easement of 10 feet in width along the southern 
boundary of Disposition Lot 33 to facilitate access to Disposition Lot 30 for 
Public Park/Recreation use. 

d. Delete the recommended zoning change from M-1-1 to R-6 for new 
Disposition Lots 32 and 33. 

Sec. 2 Atid be it further ordained, That in whatever respect, if any, the said 
amended Renewal Plan approved hereby may not meet the requirements as to 
the content of a renewal plan or the procedures for the preparation, adoption, 
and approval of renewal plans, as provided in Article 13 of the Baltimore City 
Code (1983 Replacement Volume), the said requirements are hereby waived and 
the amended Renewal Plan approved hereby is exempted therefrom. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That in the event it be judicially determined 
that any word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part in or of this 
Ordinance, or the application thereof to any person or circumstances, is invalid, 
the remaining provisions and the application of such provisions to other persons 
or circumstances shall not be affected thereby, the Mayor and City Council 
hereby declaring that they would have ordained the remaining provisions of this 
Ordinance without the word, phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, section or 
part, or the application thereof so held invalid. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained. That in any case where a provision of this 
Ordinance concerns the same subject matter as an existing provision of any zon- 
ing, building, electrical, plumbing, health, fire or safety ordinance or code or 
regulation, the applicable provisions concerned shall be construed so as to give 
effect to each; provided, however, that if such provisions are found to be in ir- 
reconcilable conflict, the provision which establishes the higher standard for the 
promotion of the public health and safety shall prevail. In any case where a provi- 
sion of this Ordinance is found to be in conflict with an existing provision of any 
other ordinance or code or regulation in force in the City of Baltimore which 



2(U ORDINANCES Ord. No. 383 

establishes a lower standard for the promotion and protection of the public 
health and safety the provision of this Ordinance shall prevail, and the other 
existing provision of such other ordinance or code or regulation is hereby re- 
pealed to the extent that it may be found in conflict with this ordinance. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved May 3, PJHo 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFLk. Maijur. 



No. 383 
(Council Xo. Tlli) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING- RESERVED 
PARNELL AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the north side of Parnell 
Avenue fur Herbert Garrett. 

StCTioN \. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council o/Baltimure. That on 
the north side of Parnell Avenue, from a point 170' west of Central Avenue to a 
point 192' west of Central Avenue, parking is reserved fur Herbert Garrett, 
displaying a permit. 

Stc. 2. And be it further ordained. That this urdinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



.Approved .Ma\ 3. liKSn 



WILLIA.M DONALD .sCHAKFKK. M>n,.„ 



ORDINANCES 265 

No. 384 
(Council No. 713) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING- RESERVED 
STREEPER STREET 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the west side of Streeper 
Street for Albert Antczak. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the west side of Streeper Street, from a point 20' south of Fait Avenue to a point 
42' south of Fait Avenue, parking is reserved for Albert Antczak, displaying a 
permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved May 3. \':iSr) 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayo 



No. 385 
(Council No. 717) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

STUN GUNS 

FOR the purpose of prohibiting the sale, transfer, possession or discharge of stun 
guns with certain exceptions. 

BY adding 

Article 19- Police Ordinances 

Subtitle- I^istols and (Juns 

Section 115(tixE) 

BaltinuH-e City Code (PJ«3 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY renumbering 
Article 19-F\)lice Ordinances 
Subtitle- Pistols and duns 
Seclit.n 1 15 (d^ (E) to be Section 1 15(r)(F) 
Baltimore City Code (li>83 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Sk( HON 1. Be it iu-iliuinil hij the Muyur luitl City Cuttueil (f Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 



266 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 386 

ARTl(U.E li)- POLICE ORDINANCES 

Pisli^ls and (iuns 

1 If), t^ (bJt It sftull bv uuldU'l'ul for any pcrfioH. firm, or rorptnuttion /« ^lU, yire 
iiu'iUj, lt'ii<{. rcitt or tninsfer to any indiridiial, jirni or coritoidtion a stun ynii 
OR OTHER ELKCTROSIC DEVICE BY WHATEVER XAME OR DESCRIF- 
TIOX 117/7(7/ DISCHAR(;ES A NOX-RROJECTILE ELECTRIC CCRREXT 
within the limits of the City of Baltimore. It further shall be iinlauful for any j>fr- 
son to possetis, fire or discharge any SUCH stun gun OR ELECTRONIC 
DEVICE within the City. Xidhing in this subsection shall be held /o itpply to any 
member if the Baltimi>re City Police Department or any other lair enforcement 
officer while in perlormance of his or her ifiiciid duty. 

Stc. 2. .And be it further ordained. That Section llntri^E) of llic Ballinu>re 
Ciiy Code (iDS.i Replacement \'oliniie, as aniemled) he renuinhered as Section 
lir)tri(F). 

Skc. o. .4//</ /*•• it further ordained. That this ordinance shall lake etYect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Approved May 3, iy85 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor. 



No. 386 
(Council No. 520) 
AN ORDINANCE coikerning- 

ZONINC.-ALI'ROXAL FOR CONDITIONAL LSE 
I'ARKINC LOT-I'ENNINCTON A\ENLE 

FOii the purpose of graniinji: permission for the estalilishmenl. maintenance and 
iiperaliun of an *>pen off-street parking area on the pn)perties loeaieti at 
47iM>-47n-l Pennington Avenue, as outlined in red on the plats accompanyirig 
this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Aiiicle 3tt -Zoning- 
Seclit.n- 6.2-lil and ll.«»-6.| 
Baltimore I'iiy (."otk- ( liJ>;> Replaiemeiil \'oluii.e. a> amernled) 

SK( lltp.X 1. B> ,t >.ril.i,„,d by the Mayor ami i '>ht ( '<-,in,d ,f Baltnnort . That 
peiThi.-.-iiUi i.- herel»\ granted for the esiahlishmeni. maintenanee an<l operation 
of an open i>ff-sireet parking area on tlie |troperiies loeaied at -47«»o- 17o4 I'en- 
ninglon A\enue. as tiuihned m reii on the plals aeconipan> ing lhi> orilmanre. 
undi-r the provisions of Sfiii..n> 6.2- Id and 1 I.O-imI of Article 3(i of ihi- Balnniore 
Cii\ l"ode(lU.s3 Rrpla.emenl \ olun.e. a.- amended) title "Zomng". 



ORDINANCES 267 

Skc. 2. And l)f it flirt ficr ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of tlie plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Su|)ervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

SbX". 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day from the date of its enactment. 



Approved May 17. liiSa 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 387 
(Council No. 581) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING- APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 

DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT WITH A DRIVE THROUGH WINDOW- 

1001 E. FAYETTE STREET AND 519 N. EXETER STREET 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the proper- 
ties known as 1001 E. Fayette Street and 519 N. Exeter Street, as outlined in 
red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 6.3-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the properties known 
as 1001 E. Fayette Street and 519 N. Exeter Street, as outlined in red on the 
plats accompanying this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 6.3-ld and 
11.0-6d of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as 
amended) title "Zoning". 

Stif. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 



268 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 388 

shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Skc. 3. A)td be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect the 
30th day of the date of its enactment. 



Approved May 17. 1^)85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCllAKFKK. M> 



/(/../• 



Ni.. 388 

(Council No. 183) 

AX ORDINANCE concerning 

STORAGE CHARGES AT THE IMPOUNDING LOT 

FOR the purpose of increasing the storage charges for non-commercial vehicles 
after 48 hours. 

BY repealing and reordaining with amendments 
Article 31 -Transit and Traffic 
Subtitle -Clear Streets 
Section y6 
Baltimore City Code (li>83 Replacement \'olume, as amentied) 

StiTKfN 1. Be it ordiiiin'd by the Mnyor (Uid City dniiwH ti/Bdltimurt, That 
Seclion(s) of the Baltimore City Code (iy83 ReplacemejU N'olume, as amended) 
he added, repealeti, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 31 -TRANSIT AND TRAFFIC 

CImr Stre* ts 

i)G. Owner of vehicle to be sought. 

After the vehicle has been removed to the aui»i pound the Director i»f the 
Department of Pul)lic Works must within two working days post notice to the 
owner of the vehicle and must within seven full working days p«>st notice lo the 
secured })arty by certified mail that (1) the Director has his vehicle in custoiiy. (2) 
the location of storage of the vehicle. (3) that the vehicle w ill be solil at public auc- 
tion to the highest bidder unless claimed by such owner within a stated period of 
time (not less than 21 liays). and (4) that the owner of a vehicle impounded as 
abandoned has a right to contest the validity of the taking l>y api)licatit)n. on a 
form prescribed by the Director of the Department of Public Works, to a hearing 
officer within K) days from the date of such application. Such application fi»rms 
shall be sent to the owner and shall be made part oi the notice letter. The Mayt>r 
shall a|)iH)int a hearing officer, who shall not be a member of any stale or Itical 
police department, to hear applications to determine whether or not the vehicle 



ORDINANCES 269 

was abandoned, and, therefore, subject to impoundment under the Baltimore 
City Code. The Director of the Department of Public Works shall establish by 
regulation the procedures for the holding of the hearings. If it is determined that 
the vehicle was unlawfully impounded, the owner of such vehicle shall not be 
liable for any charge imposed for the towing and storage of the vehicle. The hear- 
ing officer's ruling in no way has any bearing on the fine, penalty or charge im- 
posed by the District Court of Baltimore City for the violations of any traffic law. 

In those instances where (1) the identity of the last registered owner of an im- 
pounded vehicle cannot be determined from the records of the Motor Vehicle Ad- 
ministration of the State of Maryland or any other State agency or country, (2) 
registration of the vehicle which gives no address for the owner, (3) it is impossi- 
ble to determine with reasonable certainty the identity and address of each 
secured party, or (4) the certified mail notice required by this section is returned 
as undeliverable, then the Director of the Department of Public Works shall give 
the required notice by publication in at least one newspaper of general circulation 
in the area where the vehicle was found. In researching ownership, the Director 
of the Department of Public Works is not required to go beyond the name and ad- 
dress of the person who is the legal or title owner of such vehicle as noted on the 
records of the Motor Vehicle Administration of the State of Maryland, or similar 
agency in any other state or country. 

If such owner appears to claim such vehicle, then it shall be returned to him, or 
his authorized representative, upon payment of all charges which have accrued 
thereon by virtue of its towing and storage, including collateral equivalent to the 
maximum fine for illegal parking where such vehicle was impounded as above 
described. If such vehicle is claimed by the owner or his authorized representa- 
tive upon payment of all charges accrued, such payment will not affect the 
owner's right to a hearing prescribed above or be taken as an admission on 
whether or not the towing of the vehicle was authorized under the Baltimore City 
Code. An owner or his authorized representative whose vehicle has been im- 
pounded as abandoned and who claims the vehicle within 48 hours after the vehi- 
cle has been removed to the auto pound (1) must be notified in writing that the 
owner has a right to contest the validity of the taking before a hearing officer and 
(2) the owner must make application within 10 days thereafter of this intention to 
contest the validity of the taking to the hearing officer. 

The Director shall not be required to give notice and a hearing shall not be held 
in the case of a vehicle that is more than eight years old and has no engine or 
otherwise is totally inoperable. 

Storage charges to be collected shall be at the rate of $15.00 for each vehicle 
(other than a commercial vehicle as defined in the State Motor Vehicle Act) 
delivered to the storage area, such cost to cover storage for a period not ex- 
ceeding two consecutive days or a total of 48 hours. Charges for commercial 
vehicles shall be such as may be established and made public by the Director. 

There shall be an additional charge of [$4.00j $3.00 $0.00 for each day or frac- 
tii>nal part thereof after such 48 hour period during which such non-commercial 



270 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 389 

motDr vehicle is stored. The charges here imposed are in addition to any line, 
penalty or charge imptised for the violation of any other traffic law. 

If following trial in the District Court of Baltmiore City or other tribunal, the 
owner or t)perator of any vehicle so removed is found not guilty ujjon a traffic 
charge, even though the hearing officer ruled otherwise with respect to the low- 
ing of an abaniioned vehicle, such sums advanced or posted by such owner or 
operator, as above provided, shall be returned to the owner or to the person wiiu 
aiKanced or posted them. 

When such vehicle is thus reclaimed its owner or operator shall sign a receipt 
thereof. 

In cases where the owner asserts that certain accessories, contents or other 
items of personal property are missing when he reclaims said vehicle, such claim 
shall be noted on the aforesaid receipt, the matter of the missing property left 
open for future determination and the vehicle, together with its contents, duly 
released to its owner or operator. 

In case such owner or operator does not claim such vehicle within the aforesaid 
time limit, the Director shall proceed to sell or dispose of such vehicle at public 
auction, as hereinafter provided, and no such vehicle held at such auto pound may 
be released therefrt)m without the written approval of the Director of the 
Department of Public Works, whose approval however, may not be unreasonably 
withheld. 

Sec . 2. Anil U' it furthn- lu-dnintil. Tliat this ordinance shall take effect 
Julv 1, lViJ54. 



Aj.proved .May 24. HKS.') 



W ILLIA.M DONALD SCHAKFF.K. .l/./v" 



No. oS^» 

(Council N'.i. tio.")) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

RECORDATION TAX 

FOR tilt- purpose of imreasmg the rate of tax for the recordmg I'f curiam 
in.^irumtMUs. 

BY repealing and reordaining with amenilmenis 
Article 2b-Ta.\es 
Subtitle- Reconlalioii Tax 
Section(s) «)*J 
Bahimorf City Cmlc (VJS'A Rt-placeuit^nt X'oliune. as amendt-dl 



ORDINANCES 271 

Skition 1. Be it urd(iiiii'd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
hy added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLES 28-TAXES 

Recordation Tax 

6y. Provisions. 

Pursuant to the authority conferred by Section 277(q) of Article 81 of the 
Annotated Code of Maryland, as said section was enacted by Chapter 452 of the 
Acts of the 1968 General Assembly, the rate of tax applicable to instruments 
recorded with the Clerk of the Superior Court of Baltimore City shall be as 
follows: 

In the case of instruments conveying title to property, the tax shall be at the 
rate of ($2.50] $2.75 for each $500 or fractional part thereof of the actual con- 
sideration paid or to be paid; in the case of instruments securing a debt, the tax 
shall be at the rate of [$2.50] $:2.75 for each $500 of the principal amount of the 
debt secured. 

SECTION 2. ^AT; be IT FURTHER ORDAINED. THAT UPON THE 
PASSAGE OF THIS BILL, THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE SHALL 
TRANSMIT A COPY OF THE ORDINANCE TO THE CLERK OF THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT. 

Stc. 23. And be it farther (>r<l(iined, That this ordinance shall take effect July 
1, 1985. 



Approved May 24. IK.S.') 



W ILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFER, May, 



No. 390 
(Council No. <)89) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING FINES 

FOR the purpose of raising the fine for certain commercial trucks standing 
longer than one hour in fn)nt of residential properties AND LONGER THAN 
FOUR HOURS ON ANY CITY STREET. 

BY repealing and reoidaining with amendments 
Article 31 -Transit and Traffic 

Subtitle -Parking and Sti)pping Fines, Penalties and Procedures 
Section 152(p) 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 



272 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 391 

BY adding 

Article 31 -Transit and Traffic 

Subtitle -Parking and Stopping Fines, Penalties and Procedures 

S e ction 152(q) SECTION(S) 152 (P-1) AND 152 {P-2\ 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 31 -TRANSIT AND TRAFFIC 

Parking and Stopping Fines, Penalties and Procedures 

152. Parking and stopping fines. 

Within the limits of the City of Baltimore the following parking and stopping 
fines are imposed in addition to the costs stipulated in the Annotated Code of 
Maryland: 

(p) Parking a commercial vehicle under 20,000 pounds gross vehicle weight in 
front of or beside a residence for more than one hour unless the operator is per- 
forming work within one block, $25.00. 

trjf (P-l) Parking a commercial vehicle exceeding 20,000 jnmnds gross vehicle 
weight in front of or beside a residence for more than one hour unless the operatur 
is performing work within one block, $75.00. 

(P-2) PARKING A COMMERCIAL VEHICLE EXCEEDING 20,000 
POUNDS GROSS WEIGHT ON ANY STREET, LANE OR ALLEY FOR 
MORE THAN 4 HOURS, $75.00. 

Sec. 2. And be it further urdnimd. That this onlinance shall take effect 
Sepl e nib c r DECEMBER 1, 1985. 



Approved May 24. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mn,i> 



X... 391 
(Council Nt). 58(1) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



ZONING-APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
PARKING LOT-3110-3130 CRITTENTON PLACE 

FOR the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
operation of an open off-street parking area on the southern portion of the 
property known as 3110-3130 Crittenton Place, as outlined in red on the plats 
accompanying this ordinance. 



ORDINANCES 273 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 4.7-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Stt'TioN 1. Be it ordai)it'd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission ig hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of an open off-street parking area on the southern portion of the property known 
as 31 10-3130 Crittenton Place, as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 4.7-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passzige of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of tiie plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day from the date of its enactment. 



•Approved June 3. 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFKK. Mat/i 



No. 392 
(Council No. (il3) 

AX ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONINC;- APPROVAL FOR C(WDITIONAL USE 

HOME FUR TIIE IIOMCLCGG COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER 

(JUVENILE)- 1501-1503 PRESSTMAN STREET 

F ( )R the purpose of granting permission for the establishment, maintenance and 
o|)eratit)n of a nun p r ulii liuine for th e cart and cu^ludy uf liom L l c. i.j pri j juiia 
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER FOR JUVENILES on the proper- 
lies known as 1501-1503 Presstman Street, as outlined in red on the plats ac- 
companying this ordinance. 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections -1.8-ld and 11.0-»;.| 
Baltimore City Code (li)83 Replacement Volume, as amended) 



274 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 393 

SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the estabhshment, maintenance and operation 
of a non - profit hom e fur th e care and custody of hom e leaa p e rsona COMMUNITY 
CORRECTIONS CENTER FOR JUVENILES, on the properties known as 
1501-1503 Fresstman Street, as outHned in red on the plats accompanying this 
ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 4. 8- Id and 11.0-6d of Article 30 of 
the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume) title "Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 

Approved June 3, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mailer. 



No. 393 
(Council No. Vll) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



CITY STREET-OPENING OF VAIL STREET 

FOR the purpose of condemning and opening Vail Street, extending from 
O'Donnell Street, Southerly to the end thereof in accordance with a plat 
thereof numbered 345- A-1, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division and 
filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Twenty-seventh 
(27th) day of August, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended) 

Sectio.N" 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 



ORDINANCES 275 

to condemn and open Vail Street, extending from O'Donnell Street, Southerly to 
the end thereof the street hereby directed to be condemned for said opening 
being described as follows: 

Beginning for the same at a point formed by the intersection of the south 
side of O'Donnell Street as now laid out 50 feet wide, and the east side of Vail 
Street, 30 feet wide, and running thence binding on the east side of said Vail 
Street, Southerly 382 feet, more or less, to the end thereof; thence binding on 
the southernmost extremity of said Vail Street, Westerly 30 feet, more or less, 
to the west side of said Vail Street; thence binding on the west side of said Vail 
Street, Northerly 382 feet, more or less, to intersect the south side of said 
O'Donnell Street, and thence binding on the south side of said O'Donnell 
Street, Easterly 30 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The said Vail Street as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 345- A- 1 which was filed in 
the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-seventh (27th) day 
of August in the year 1984 and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works, with reference to the condemnation and opening of said Vail 
Street and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected 
thereby, shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable 
provisions of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any 
and all amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly 
of Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Snr. 3. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.\p|»r.>W(l June H. 198.') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFER. Mayi.r. 



276 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 394 

No. 394 
(Council No. 428) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET- CLOSING OF VAIL STREET 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing Vail Street, extending from 
O'Donnell Street, Southerly to the end thereof in accordance with a plat 
thereof numbered 345-A-lA, prepared by the Surveys and Records Division 
and filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on the Twenty- 
seventh (27th) day of August, 1984. 

BY authority of 

Article I -General Provisions 

Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections- 2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public VV^orks be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close Vail Street, extending from O'Donnell Street, Southerly to 
the end thereof the street hereby directed to be condemned for said closing being 
described as follows: 

Beginning for the same at a point formed by the intersection of the south 
side of O'Donnell Street as now laid out 50 feet wide, and the east side of Vail 
Street, 30 feet wide, and running thence binding on the east side of said Vail 
Street, Southerly 382 feet, more or less, to the end thereof; thence binding on 
the southernmost extremity of said Vail Street, Westerly 30 feet, more or less, 
to the west side of said Vail Street; thence binding on the west side of said Vail 
Street, Northerly 382 feet, more or less, to intersect the south side of said 
O'Donnell Street, and thence binding on the south side of said O'Donnell 
Street, Easterly 30 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. 

The said Vail Street as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore Cit>' and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 345-A-lA which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Twenty-seventh (27th) 
day of August in the year 1984, and is now on file in said Office, 

Sec. 2. Aiid be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and Cit>' Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or cor- 



ORDINANCES 277 

poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be itfuHher ordained. That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said o\vTiers. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highv.'ays, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, reloca- 
tion and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 
this without permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of said 
land. 

Sec. Q.And be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works, with reference to the condemnation and closing of said Vail Street 
and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected thereby, shall 
be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable provisions of 
Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all 
amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly of 
Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

A|»|t|i)Vt.(| .luilf t). \\iK} 

WILLIAM l)()N.\LI) SCilAKFLK, M.n/or. 



278 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 396 

No. 8i)5 
(Council No. 740) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REPEAL OF RESERVED PARKING ORDINANCE - 
RAVENWOOD AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of repealing Ordinance No. 349, which provided for reserved 
parking on the south side of Ravenwood Avenue for Joanne Biddinger. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Ordinance No. 349, approved June 27, 1977, be and the same is hereby repealed 
and the reserved parking on Ravenwood Avenue west of the 1st alley west of 
Chesterfield Avenue herein provided, is hereby rescinded. 

Skc. 2. A7id be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



A|)pn)v<.'(l June (>, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mmjnr. 



No. \VM\ 
(Council No. 719) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
WEBSTER STREET 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the west side of Webster 
Street for Jeffrey Judy. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council ofBaltiinore, That on 
the west side of Webster Street, from a point 120' south of Heath Street to a 
point 142' south of Heath Street, parking is reserved for Jeffrey Judy, displaying 
a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

.Appi-ovfd Juno 1 1. 1985 

WILLIAM DO.XALl) SCIIALFLK. M>,n»r. 



ORDINANCES 279 

No. 397 
(Council No. 738) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING- RESERVED 
LYNDALE AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the south side of Lyndale 
Avenue for Dorothy Ravenis. 

Slction 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the south side of Lyndale Avenue, from a point 85' east of Raymonn Avenue to a 
point 107' east of Raymonn Avenue, parking is reserved for Dorothy Ravenis, 
displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Apijriived June 1 1, 198; 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, May* 



Ko. 3i»8 
(Council No. 739) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING-RESERVED 
ULMAN AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the south side of Ulman 
Avenue for Ethel Mae House. 

Sk( TioN 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That on 
the south side of Ulman Avenue, from a point 173' west of Reisterstown Road to 
a point 195' west of Reisterstown Road, parking is reserved for Ethel Mae 
House, displaying a permit. 

Stt . 2. .4^/(/ be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

A|.|.r..vi-ii June 11. I'.i.s.') 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFLR. Manor. 



280 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 400 

No. 8yy 

(Council No. 74i>) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING- RESERVED 
KENYON AVENUE 

FOR tlie purpose of providing for reserved parking on the east side of Kenyon 
Avenue for Charlotte Pirrera. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the east side of Kenyon Avenue, from a point 78' north of Ravenwood Avenue to 
a point 98' north of Ravenwood Avenue, parking is reserved for Charlotte 
Pirrera, displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved June 11, li>85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFER. Mayi 



No. 4U0 
(Council No. 781) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS - 
(MILL CENTRE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP FACILITY) 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, 
its economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount 
not to exceed $1,700,000 pursuant to the provisions of Sub-section (50) of Arti- 
cle II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), as amended, for the 
sole and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion by Mill Cen- 
tre Limited Partnership, a Maryland limited partnership, of a certain facility 
in Baltimore City consisting of the acquisition of approximately 2.8 acres of 
real property known as Mill Centre and located at 2901 and 3000 Chestnut 
Avenue, including all existing improvements thereon, the renovation and im- 
provement of existing structures to provide approximately 115,000 square 
feet of leaseable office, commercial, industrial and storage space, parking 
facilities, and other functionally related and subordinate facilities, and the pur- 
chase and installation of certain machinery and equipment therein, to be 
owned by Mill Centre Limited Partnership, and leased to various tenants such 



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ORDINANCES 281 

as craftsmen, artists, service firms, professional organizations and galleries; 
authorizing the Mayor of the City, on behalf of the City, to accept the letter of 
intent dated March 20, 1985 from Mill Centre Limited Partnership to the City; 
making certain legislative findings; reserving in the City certain rights con- 
cerning the issuance of such Bonds; authorizing the Board of Finance of the 
City, by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of any series of such bonds, to (a) prescribe, among other things but 
not limited to, the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and 
selling (including negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or 
times of issuance, and any and all other details of such bonds, and (b) do any 
and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the issuance 
and sale of such bonds; providing that Mill Centre Limited Partnership shall 
agree to submit any plans and specifications to, and to coordinate with, the 
Department of Housing and Community Development in connection with the 
completion of such facility; providing that such bonds (or bond anticipation 
notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such bonds) must be issued and 
sold within six months from the date this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor, 
unless the Board of Finance approves one six month extension as provided in 
this Ordinance; authorizing the issuance of notes in anticipation of the is- 
suance of such revenue bonds; and generally providing for and determining 
various matters and details in connection with the issuance and sale of such 
bonds and bond anticipation notes. 

RECITALS 

Sub-section (50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), 
as amended (the "Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the "City") to borrow money to finance undertakings for the ac- 
complishment of any of the purposes, objects and powers of the City and in con- 
nection therewith to issue bonds, notes, or other obligations (including refunding 
bonds, notes or other obligations), all of which shall be fully negotiable, payable, 
as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) 
the revenues from or arising in connection with the property, facilities, 
developments and improvements whose financing is undertaken by the issuance 
of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (II) the revenues from or arising in con- 
nection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (III) the con- 
tracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the 
proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, or (IV) any combination of (I), 
(II) or (III). The purposes, objects and powers of the City contemplated by the 
Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of unemployment in Baltimore 
City, encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore 
City, promoting economic development in Baltimore City, and promoting the 
health, welfare and siifety of the residents of Baltimore City. 

The City has received a letter of intent dated March 20, 1985 (the "Letter of In- 
tent") from Mill Centre Limited Partnership, a Maryland limited partnership (the 
"Borrower"), pursuant to which the Borrower has requested the City to par- 
ticipate in the financing of the costs of the completion by the Borrower of a cer- 
tain facility in Baltimore City, Maryland (the "Facility"), by issuing and selling 



282 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 400 

the City's economic development revenue bonds in the aggregate principal 
amount not to exceed $1,700,000 (the "Bonds"), and by making the proceeds of 
the Bonds available to the Borrower to be used by the Borrower for the sole and 
exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion of the Facility by the 
Borrower. 

The Letter of Intent expresses the Borrower's intention that the interest 
payable on such bonds shall be exempt from federal income taxation pursuant to 
Section 103(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended (the "Code"). 
The Borrower acknowledges in the Letter of Intent that Section 103(n) of the 
Code, imposes a volume limitation on the dollar amount of Private Activity 
Bonds (as defined therein) which may be issued by any state, its agencies and 
political subdivisions. The Borrower further acknowledges (i) that Section 103(n) 
of the Code provides a formula for the allocation of the state volume limitation 
but that each state by law enacted, and the Governor of each state on an interim 
basis, has the authority to provide a different formula for the allocation of such 
volume limitation, and (ii) that the Bonds will be subject to the City's volume cap. 
In addition, the Letter of Intent contains an acknowledgement by the Borrower 
that the City reserves certain rights concerning the issuance of such bonds as 
provided in Section 4 hereof. 

The Facility, which is an "undertaking" which will accomplish the purposes, ob- 
jects and powers of the City as mentioned in the Enabling Law, will consist 
generally of (a) the acquisition of a tract of land containing approximately 2.8 
acres, known as Mill Centre and located at 2901 and 3000 Chestnut Avenue in 
Baltimore City, including all existing improvements thereon, (b) the renovation 
and improvement of existing structures to provide approximately 115,000 
square feet of leasable office, commercial, industrial and storage space, parking 
facilities, and other functionally related and subordinate facilities, (c) the acquisi- 
tion and installation of any or all machinery and equipment as may be necessary 
or useful in connection with the foregoing, and (d) the acquisition of such other in- 
terests in land as may be necessary or suitable for the foregoing, including roads, 
parking and rights of access, utilities and other necessary site preparation 
facilities. Upon completion, the Facility will be owned by the Borrower and 
leased to various tenants, such as craftsmen, artists, service firms, professional 
organizations and galleries. 

The Enabling Law provides that the City may authorize and empower the 
Board of Finance of the City (the "Board") by resolution to determine and set 
forth the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and selling (in- 
cluding negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or times of is- 
suance, and any and all other details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale 
thereof, and to do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection 
with the issuance and sale of the Bonds. 

NOW THEREFORE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That act- 
ing pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to make the proceeds thereof available to the Borrower for the sole 



ORDINANCES 283 

and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of completion of the Facility will 
facilitate and expedite the completion of the Facility by the Borrower. 

(2) The completion of the Facility by the Borrower and the financing of the 
costs of such completion as provided in this Ordinance will serve to promote the 
general purposes contemplated by the Enabling Law by (a) sustaining jobs and 
employment in Baltimore City; (b) promoting economic development in 
Baltimore City; (c) encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy 
in Baltimore City; (d) serving as a "nurturing facility" for new and growing small 
businesses by providing inexpensive industrial, commercial and office space in a 
secure, accessible neighborhood with an array of supportive services (such as 
word processing, meeting rooms, etc); and (e) upgrading and improving a vacant 
deteriorated complex. 

(3) Any and all of the Bonds shall not be general obligations of the City and 
shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or the taxing power of the 
City, and shall not constitute a debt of the City, all within the meaning of Section 
7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or within the meaning of any 
other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or restricting the 
sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. All of the Bonds 
shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully negotiable, payable, as 
to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) the 
revenues from or arising in connection with the Facility, (II) the revenues from 
or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities pur- 
chased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds, (III) the contracts, 
mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds 
of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or (III), all as the Board may ap- 
prove by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the City is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, its 
economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount not to 
exceed $1,700,000, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The proceeds of 
the Bonds will be made available to the Borrower under terms and conditions ap- 
proved by the Board and set forth in a Resolution and used by the Borrower for 
the sole and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion of the 
Facility. 

SfcX'. 3. And be it farther ordained, That this Ordinance constitutes the present 
intent of the City to issue the Bonds, and the Mayor of the City is hereby 
authorized to accept the Letter of Intent on behalf of the City in order to further 
evidence the present intent of the City to issue the Bonds in accordance with the 
terms and provisions of this Ordinance. The City intends that the enactment of 
this Ordinance shall he aiid constitute "official action" within the meaning of Sec- 
tion 1.103-8(aK5) of the Income Tax Regulations prescribed by the United States 
Department of Treasury pursuant to Section 103 of the Code. The City and the 
Borrower contemplate that, upon the effectiveness of this Ordinance, the Bor- 



284 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 400 

rower may commence the acquisition of the Facility prior to the issuance, sale 
and delivery of the Bonds; provided, however that if the Borrower proceeds with 
the acquisition of the Facility prior to the adoption of a resolution by the Board, 
as described in Section 5(a) below, the Borrower does so at its own risk. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That the City reserves the right, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, to take any actions deemed necessary by the City in 
order to ensure that the City (a) complies with present federal and State laws 
which may restrict the issuance of industrial development bonds (including, 
without limitation, Section 103(n) of the Code), and (b) issues it bonds (within the 
meaning of the Enabling Law, Section 103(n) of the Code, and any present or 
future State and local laws), within the limits imposed by any such laws, to 
finance those facilities which the City determines, in its sole and absolute discre- 
tion, will provide the greatest benefit to the City. 

In particular, since the City may be limited by volume cap limitations in its 
ability to issue tax-exempt Private Activity Bonds, the City reserves the right to 
choose to issue its bonds (within the meaning of the Enabling Law and any pres- 
ent or future State and local laws) for facilities other than the Facility, in such 
order of priority as it may determine in its sole and absolute discretion. 

Pursuant to the provisions of this Section 4, the City reserves the right, in its 
sole and absolute discretion, to, among other things, (1) never issue the Bonds, (2) 
issue only a portion of the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds requested by 
the Applicant, (3) restrict the use of the proceeds of the Bonds, (4) delay in- 
definitely the issuance of the Bonds, or (5) take any other actions deemed 
necessary by the City, in its sole and absolute discretion, in order to insure that 
the City achieves the goals set forth in the preceding paragraph. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That, as permitted by the Enabling Law, 
the Board is hereby authorized and empowered, by a resolution or resolutions 
adopted prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of the Bonds; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
■described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 

agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of the Bonds; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certitlcates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of the Bonds will be made available to the Borrower to finance the costs of 
the completion of the Facility; and 



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(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds. 

Skc. 6. And be it further ordained, That any and all of the Bonds shall not be 
general obligations of the City and shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith 
and credit or the taxing power of the City, and shall not constitute a debt of the 
City, all within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of 
Maryland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or 
restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. 
All of the Bonds shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully 
negotiable, payable, as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured 
solely by a pledge of (I) the revenues from or arising in connection with the Facili- 
ty, (11) the revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages 
or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the 
Bonds, (III) the contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or 
(III), all as the Board may approve by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to 
the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That the Borrower shall agree that: 

(a) it will submit any plans and specifications for the Facility to the Department 
of Housing and Community Development for approval, and that the Department 
of Housing and Community Development may refuse approval of any plans and 
specifications for aesthetic or functional reasons; and 

(b) it and its developers will work with the design advisory group appointed by 
the Department of Housing and Community Development in order to achieve 
high quality site, building, and landscape design. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That any and all of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and by the Director of Finance of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal, by his manual or facsimile signature. At least one 
signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds shall be manually 
subscribed. If the Bonds are required to be manually subscribed by a trustee, is- 
suing agent, fiscal agent, registrar, or other agent or custodian, any other 
signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds may he executed by 
facsimile. Any trust agreement or other documents as the Board shall deem 
necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal by his manual signature. In case any officer whose 
signature or a facsimile of whose signature shall appear on the Bonds or any of 
the aforesaid documents shall cease to be such officer before the delivery of the 
Bonds or any of the other aforesaid documents, such signature or such facsimile 
shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purjmses, the same as if such of- 



286 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 400 

ficer had remained in office until delivery. The Mayor of the City, the Director of 
Finance of the City, the Custodian of the City Seal and other officials of the City 
are hereby authorized and empowered to do all such acts and things and execute 
such documents and certificates as the Board may determine by resolution to be 
necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions hereof. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That any and all necessary financing 
statements required for the consummation of the transactions authorized by this 
Ordinance may be executed on behalf of the City by the Mayor of the City or by 
the Chief, Bureau of Treasury Management of the City or by such other ap- 
propriate official of the City as may be designated by the Mayor of the City to ex- 
ecute such financing statements. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained. That the authority to issue the Bonds is in- 
tended and shall be deemed to include the authority to issue bond anticipation 
notes pursuant to Section 12 of Article 31 of the Annotated Code of Maryland 
(1983 Replacement Volume and 1984 Cumulative Supplement), as amended (the 
"Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation"). Reference in this Ordinance to 
the "Bonds" shall include such bond anticipation notes where appropriate. The 
maturity of such bond anticipation notes shall not exceed twelve years from the 
date of issuance of such bond anticipation notes. Prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of any series of bond anticipation notes, the Board shall adopt a resolu- 
tion or resolutions, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of such bond anticipation notes; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of such bond anticipation notes and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of such bond anticipation notes; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of such bond anticipation notes will be made available to the Borrower to 
finance the costs of the completion of the Facility; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with 
the issuance, sale and delivery of such bond anticipation notes. 

Such bond anticipation notes may be sold by private negotiation with a pro- 
spective purchaser or purchasers, under such terms as may be approved by the 
Board, and the City hereby determines such private negotiation to be in the best 
interests of the City. Such bond anticipation notes may be sold in series as funds 
are required and may be renewed at maturity with or without resale. 



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In accordance with the Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation, the City 
hereby covenants to pay any bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Sec- 
tion of this Ordinance and the interest thereon from the proceeds of the Bonds in 
anticipation of the sale of which such notes are issued, and the City hereby fur- 
ther covenants to issue such Bonds, as the case may be, when, and as soon as, the 
reason for deferring the issuance of the Bonds no longer exists. The timely is- 
suance of such Bonds, however, is dependent upon matters not within the control 
of the City, including (without limitation) the existence of a purchaser or pur- 
chasers for such Bonds at the time the reason for deferring the issuance of the 
Bonds no longer exists and the effectiveness of various actions taken by the Bor- 
rower, its officers, agents and employees. 

Sec. U.And be it further ordained, That, as required by Section 103(nX12XA) 
of the Code, each member of the City Council of the City who voted in favor of 
the passage of this Ordinance, by such vote, and the Mayor of the City, by his ap- 
proval of this Ordinance, hereby individually certifies under penalty of perjury 
that any allocation by the City of any State volume limitation on the aggregate 
amount of "private activity bonds" (as defined in the Code) which can be issued by 
the State, its agencies and political subdivisions, established pursuant to Section 
103(n) of the Code, was not made in consideration of any bribe, gift, gratuity or 
direct or indirect contribution to any political campaign. 

Sec. 12. And be it further ordained, That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held il- 
legal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances, 
such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, or parts 
of this Ordinance or their application to other persons or circumstances. It is 
hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been 
passed if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, sec- 
tion or part had not been included herein, and if the person or circumstances to 
which this Ordinance or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically ex- 
empted herefrom. 

Sec. 13. And be it further ordained, That either the Bonds or bond anticipation 
notes issued pursuant to Section 10 of this Ordinance in anticipation of the is- 
suance of the Bonds must be issued and sold within six months from the date on 
which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City; provided, however, 
that the Board, after a showing of good cause at a public hearing held before the 
Board prior to or after the expiration of such six month period, may extend the 
period during which either the Bonds or such bond anticipation notes may be 
issued and sold for one additional term not to exceed six months from the date on 
which the first six month period expired. The Board, in its sole discretion, and 
without action by the City Council, shall determine the sufficiency, or lack 
thereof, of the reasons presented for any requested extension of the six month 
period. If an extension is granted, notice of such extension and the reasons 
therefor must be sent to the City Council. To the extent that neither the Bonds 
nor such bond anticipation notes are issued and sold within twelve months from 
the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City, the 



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authority provided in this Ordinance for the City to issue and sell the Bonds and 
such bond anticipation notes shall expire. 

Sec. 14. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.Appi-oved .June 11, liJSf) 

WILLIAM DONALD SCllAEFLK. Monur. 

No. 401 
(Council No. (')'M) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING - APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 
HOME FOR ALCOHOLIC PERSON6 - 3600 FREDERICK AVENUE 

FOR th e purpoa e of granting p e rmission for th e e atabliahm c nt, maint e nanc t? and 
op er ation of a nun - proftt hom e fo r th e re habi li tation of non - b e u r idd e n alcoholic 
p e rsons on th e prop e rty known as 3800 Fr e d e rick Av e nu e , as outlin e d in r e d 
on th e plats accompanying this o r dinanc e . 

BY authority of 



S e ctions 4. 6- Id and 11.0 -6 d 

Baltimor e City Cod e (1083 R e plac e m e nt Volum e , as am e nd e d) 

S Et'Tli.>.N 1. B r il vrdain t d by th e Muyvr itmi C i hj Cuttnv i l vf Buliimvr r , That 
p e rmission i s h e r e by grant e d to St. Jos e ph's Passion i st R e t re at. Incorporat e d, 
for lli e e stablislint e nt, maint e nanc e and op er ation of a non - profit hom e fo r th e 
r e habil i iation of non - b e dridd e n alcoholic p er sons ot> th e p r op e rty known as 3800 
F re d e rick Av e nu e , as outlin e d in r e d on th e plats accompanying this o r dinanc e , 
und e r th e prov i sions of S ec t i ons 4. t3- Id and ll.O -b d of Articl e 30 of th e Baltimor e 
Ciiy Cod e (1083 R e plac e m e nt \'olum e , as am e nd e d), title "Zoning". 

She. 2. And br i t furthrr vrduin r d, That wh e n e v e r th e continuous op e rat i on of 
sucli us e has b ee n disco t uinu e d for a p e riod of tw el v e (lij) cons e cutiv e months, i t 
s ha l l not b e ther e after rc -t-' stablish e d unl e ss a n e w orditianc e is approv e d by th e 
Mayor and City Council vl Baltimor e . 

SbO. 3. And b r it furthrr vrdnint t l. That Upon passag e of this ordinanc e by th e 
C i ty Council, as e v i d e nc e of th e auth e titicity of th e plat which i s a pa r t } iere i>f and 
in v r nl e r to gi\ 'e notic e to th e d e pa r tm e nts wh i rh ar e a^^m il lis^ e r l ^g th e Zoning 
Ordi t ia i u -e . t i t e Pr e sid e nt of th e C i ty C t^ unci l shal l s i gn tii e p l at and wh e n the 
Mayo r app r ov e s th e oi^ l inanv e , h e sha ll s i gn th e plat. T fie D i r e ctor of Fmam -e 
sha ll th e n transmit a copy of th e ordinaiu e and on e of th e p l ats to th e followmg t 
th e Board of Municipa l and Zoning App e als, th e P l anning Comm i ssion, th e Com - 



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nii:iaiu» t'r of th e D e partm e nt of Housing and Community D e v e loptncnt, th e 
S up r rviaor of Aaa c aam e nta fur Baltimo re City anti th e Zoning Adminiatrator. 

Se<.'. 4. And bf Hj'arlhci ' ui ' dain e d. That thia ordinanc e shall tak e e ff e ct on th e 
30th day aft e r th e dat e of its enactment. 

ZONING -PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT 
ST. JOSEPH'S PASSIONIST RETREAT, INC. 

FOR THE PURPOSE OF APPROVING THE APPLICATION OF ST. 
JOSEPH'S PASSIONIST RETREAT. INC. (THE "CORPORATION") TO 
HAVE THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS ST. JOSEPH'S MONASTERY, 3800 
FREDERICK AVENUE, BALTIMORE CITY. MARYLAND, CONSISTING 
OF 14.751 ACRES, MORE OR LESS (THE "PROPERTY") (SPECIFIC- 
ALLY EXCEPTING THAT CERTAIN PROPERTY LYING EAST OF 
MONASTERY AVENUE AND SOUTH OF OLD FREDERICK ROAD, 
CONSISTING OF 7/8 ACRE, MORE OR LESS, WHICH BY DEED DATED 
APRIL 1. 1931, WAS CONVEYED BY THE CORPORATION TO THE 
ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP OF BALTIMORE), DESIGNATED A 
RESIDENTIAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT IN ACCORDANCE 
WITH S§ 12.0-1 and 12.0-2 OR ARTICLE 30 OF THE BALTIMORE CITY 
CODE (1983 REPLACEMENT VOLUME, AS AMENDED) AND TO AP- 
PROVE THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN SUBMITTED BY THE CORPORA- 
TION. 

WHEREAS, THE CORPORATION DESIRES TO LEASE FOR A PERIOD 
NOT TO EXCEED TWO YEARS FROM THE DATE OF THE ENACTMENT 
OF THIS ORDINANCE THE RETREAT HOUSE, LOCATED ON THE PROP- 
ERTY. TO QUARTERWAY. INC. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, FOR THE 
ESTABLISHMENT, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF A NON- 
PROFIT HOME FOR THE REHABILITATION OF NON-BEDRIDDEN 
ALCOHOLIC PERSONS. SUCH REHABILITATION PROGRAM TO OFFER 
A LIMITED STAY OF APPROXIMATELY THREE (3) WEEKS UNDER THE 
SUPERVISION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF 
MEDICINE'S THERAPEUTIC STAFF; AND 

WHEREAS. ON FEBRUARY 27, 1985, REPRESENTATIVES OF THE 
CORPORATION MET WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING OF 
BALTIMORE CITY TO HOLD A PRE-PETITION CONFERENCE TO EX- 
PLAIN THE SCOPE AND NATURE OF EXISTING AND PROPOSED 
DEVELOPMENT ON THE PROPERTY IN ORDER TO INSTITUTE PRO- 
CEEDINGS TO HA\'E SAID PROPERTY DESIGNATED AS A RESIDEN- 
TIAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT; AND 

WHEREAS. THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN ACCOMPANYING THIS 
ORDINANCE SHOWS APPROXIMATE AREAS AND BOUNDARIES AND 
DOES NOT LNCLUDE PLANS FOR PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION DUE TO 
THE NATURE 01^ THE ONLY SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT CON- 
TEMPLATED AT THIS TIME, THAT BEING THE LEASE OF THE EX- 



290 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 401 

ISTING RETREAT HOUSE AS A TREATMENT CENTER FOR 
ALCOHOLIC PERSONS; AND 

WHEREAS, THE CORPORATION HEREBY MAKES FORMAL APPLICA- 
TION TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE CITY AND SUBMITS THE 
REQUISITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN; NOW, THEREFORE. 

SECTION 1 . BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MA YOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF 
BALTIMORE, THAT THE APPLICATION OF THE CORPORATION, AS 
OUTLINED IN THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN ACCOMPANYING THIS 
ORDINANCE, TO DESIGNATE THE PROPERTY AS A RESIDENTIAL 
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 30, §§ 12.0-1 
AND 12.0-2 OF THE ZONING CODE BE AND IT IS HEREBY APPROVED. 

SEC. 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THE DEVELOPMENT 
PLAN SUBMITTED BY THE CORPORATION, AITACHED HERETO AND 
MADE A PART HEREOF, BE AND IT IS HEREBY APPROVED SUBJECT 
TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 

THAT THE CORPORATION AGREES FOR ITSELF, ITS SUCCESSORS 
AND ASSIGNS, THAT THE CORPORATION SHALL USE THAT PORTION 
OF THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE RETREAT HOUSE, AS OUTLINED 
IN GREEN AND DESIGNATED WITH THE LETTER "A" ON THE 
DEVELOPMENT PLAN. ONLY FOR THOSE PURPOSES TO WHICH IT 
HAS BEEN USED BY THE CORPORATION TO DATE, INCLUDING. BUT 
NOT LIMITED TO. A SPIRITUAL RETREAT CENTER, AND IN ADDI- 
TION, P^OR THE ESTABLISHMENT, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION 
OF A TEMPORARY NON-PROFIT HOME FOR THE REHABILITATION OF 
NON-BEDRIDDEN ALCOHOLIC PERSONS. 

THAT THE CORPORATION AGREES FOR ITSELF, ITS SUCCESSORS 
AND ASSIGNS. THAT THE CORPORATION SHALL USE THE PROPERTY 
CONSISTING OF THE EXISTING MONASTERY. CHURCH, AUXILIARY 
BUILDINGS. TENNIS COURT. AND PARKING LOT. AS OUTLINED IN 
BLUE AND DESIGNATED AS C-1, C-2. C-3 AND C-4 ON THE DEVELOP- 
MENT PLAN. AND THE OPEN SPACE, AS OUTLINED IN RED AND 
DESIGNATED BY THE LETTER "B". ONLY FOR THOSE PURPOSES TO 
WHICH THEY HA\'E BEEN USED BY THE CORPORATION TO DATE 
AND FOR SUCH OTHER PURPOSES AS ARE DIRECTLY RELATED TO 
THE SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS ACTUTI lES OF THE CORPORATION; 
PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THE EXISTINC; MONASTERY AND CHURCH 
PARKING LOT, DESIGNATED AS C-3 ON THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN, 
SHALL ALSO BE USED FOR PARKING VEHICLES IN CONNECTION 
WITH THE USE OF THE RETREAT HOUSE AS AN ALCOHOLIC 
REHABILITATION TREATMENT CENTER. 

THAT THE CORPORATION AGREES FOR ITSELF. ITS SUCCESSORS 
AND ASSIGNS. THAT THE L'SE OF THE PROPERTY AUTHORIZED 
HEREIN. AND ANY FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THAT PORTION OF 



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THE PROPERTY WHICH IS OPEN SPACE, AS OUTLINED IN RED AND 
DESIGNATED BY THE LEITER "B" ON THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN, TO 
THE EXTENT APPROVED BY THE BALTIMORE CITY COUNCIL, SHALL 
CONSTITUTE A WELL-DESIGNED DEVELOPMENT THAT WILL HAVE 
A BENEFICIAL EFFECT UPON THE HEALTH, SAFETY, SECURITY 
AND GENERAL WELFARE OF THE NEIGHBORING AREAS AND THE 
CITY GENERALLY. 

SEC. 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT UPON PASSAGE OF 
THIS ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL, AS EVIDENCE OF THE 
AUTHENTICITY OF THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN. WHICH IS A PART 
HEREOF, AND IN ORDER TO GIVE NOTICE TO THE DEPARTMENTS 
WHICH ARE ADMINISTERING THE ZONING ORDINANCE, THE PRESI- 
DENT OF THE CITY COUNCIL SHALL SIGN THE DEVELOPMENT 
PLAN. AND WHEN THE MAYOR APPROVES THE ORDINANCE, HE 
SHALL SIGN THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN. THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE 
SHALL THEN TRANSMIT A COPY OF THE ORDINANCE AND THE 
DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO THE BOARD OF MUNICIPAL AND ZONING 
APPEALS, THE PLANNING COMMISSION. THE SUPERVISOR OF 
ASSESSMENTS FOR BALTIMORE CITY AND THE ZONING AD- 
MINISTRATOR OF BALTIMORE CITY. 

SEC. 4. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT SUBSEQUENT TO 
THE PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF 
BALTIMORE, ALL CHANGES IN THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN SHALL BE 
REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION TO IN- 
SURE THAT SUCH CHANGES ARE CONSISTENT WITH THIS OR- 
DINANCE. 

SEC. 5. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THIS ORDINANCE 
SHALL TAKE EFFECT FROM THE DATE OF ITS ENACTMENT. 

•Approved June 13, 11)85 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mui/nr. 



292 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 402 

No. 402 

(CoLlIK-il No. ()()()) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REZONING-2113-2117 E. OLIVER STREET 

FOR the purpose of changing the zoning for the properties known as 2113-2117 
E. Oliver Street, from the R-8 Zoning District to the M-1-2 Zoning District as 
outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance. 

BY amending Zoning District Maps 
Sheet No. 47 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Sheet No. 47 of the Zoning District Maps of Article 30 of the Baltimore City Code 
(1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) title "Zoning" be and it is hereby 
amended by changing from the R-8 Zoning District to the M-1-2 Zoning District 
as outlined in red on the plats accompanying this ordinance the properties known 
as 2113-2117 E. Oliver Street. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance and one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the 
Supervisor of Assessments for Baltimore City and the Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day from the date of its enactment. 

Apprt)\e(i Juno 13. 1985 

W ILLIAM DONALD SC'IIAFFKK. Ma,/nr. 



ORDINANCES 293 

No. 403 
(Council No. 809) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS- 
(MOUNT ROYAL APARTMENTS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP FACILITY) 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, 
its economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount 
not to exceed $9,000,000, pursuant to the provisions of Sub-section (50) of Ar- 
ticle II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), as amended, for the 
sole and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion by Mount 
Royal Apartments Limited Partnership, a Maryland limited partnership, of a 
rental apartment project in Baltimore City which will consist of (a) the acquisi- 
tion of the land and the existing buildings located at 101-103 East Mount 
Royal Avenue, 1302-1310 North Calvert Street and 1313 St. Paul Street, (b) 
the renovation of the buildings at 101-103 East Mount Royal Avenue into (i) 
approximately 120 TO 132 residential rental apartments and facilities func- 
tionally related and subordinate thereto and (ii) approximately 20,000 square 
feet of ancillary commercial space, (c) the demolition of the existing structures 
at 1302-1310 North Calvert Street and 1313 St. Paul Street (except the front 
facade of the former building) and construction thereon of a multi-story park- 
ing facility for approximately 140 TO 180 vehicles, a swimming pool and a 
bathhouse, and (d) the acquisition and construction of other facilities func- 
tionally related and subordinate to the residential rental apartments described 
above, all to be owned by Mount Royal Apartments Limited Partnership and 
leased to various tenants, which may include private residential tenants and 
retail tenants; authorizing the Mayor of the City, on behalf of the City, to ac- 
cept the letter of intent dated April 29, 1985 from Mount Royal Apartments 
Limited Partnership to the City, AS SUPPLEMENTED; making certain 
legislative findings; reserving in the City certain rights concerning the issu- 
ance of such Bonds; authorizing and empowering the Board of Finance of the 
City, by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of any series of such bonds, to (a) prescribe, among other things but 
not limited to, the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and 
selling (including negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or 
times of issuance, and any and all other details of such bonds, and (b) do any 
and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the issuance 
and sale of such bonds; providing that Mount Royal Apartments Limited Part- 
nership shall agree to submit any plans and specifications to, and to coordinate 
with, the Neighborhood Progress AdministrationyDHCD in connection with 
the completion of such facility; providing that such bonds (or bond anticipation 
notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such bonds) must be issued and 
sold within six months from the date this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor, 
unless the Board of Finance approves one six-month extension as provided in 
this Ordinance; authorizing the issuance of notes in anticipation of the is- 



294 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 403 

suance of such revenue bonds; and generally providing for and determining 
various matters and details in connection with the issuance and sale of such 
bonds and bond anticipation notes. 

RECITALS 

Sub-section (50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), 
as amended (the "Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the "City") to borrow money to finance undertakings for the ac- 
complishment of any of the purposes, objects and powers of the City and in con- 
nection therewith to issue bonds, notes, or other obligations (including refunding 
bonds, notes or other obligations), all of which shall be fully negotiable, payable, 
as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) 
the revenues from or arising in connection with the property, facilities, 
developments and improvements whose financing is undertaken by the issuance 
of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (II) the revenues from or arising in con- 
nection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (III) the con- 
tracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the 
proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, or (IV) any combination of (I), 
(II) or (III). The purposes, objects and powers of the City contemplated by the 
Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of unemployment in Baltimore 
City, encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore 
City, promoting economic development in Baltimore City, and promoting the 
health, welfare and safety of the residents of Baltimore City. 

The City has received a letter of intent dated April 29, 1985 -(AND A SUP- 
PLEMENTAL LETTER OF INTENT DATED JUNE 6, 1985 (COLLECTIVE- 
LY, the "Letter of Intent") from Mount Royal Apartments Limited Partnership, 
a Maryland limited partnership (the "Borrower"), pursuant to which the Bor- 
rower has requested the City to participate in the financing of the costs of the 
completion by the Borrower of a certain facility in Baltimore City, Maryland (the 
"Facility"), by issuing and selling the City's economic development revenue bonds 
in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $9,000,000 (the "Bonds"), and by 
making the proceeds of the Bonds available to the Borrower to be used by the 
Borrower for the sole and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the comple- 
tion of the Facility by the Borrower. 

The Letter of Intent expresses the Borrower's intention that the interest 
payable on such bonds shall be exempt from federal income taxation pursuant to 
Section 103(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended (the "Code"), 
and the Letter of Intent contains an acknowledgement by the Borrower that the 
City reserves certain rights concerning the issuance of such bonds as provided in 
Section 4 hereof. 

The Facility, which is an "undertaking" which will accomplish the purposes, ob- 
jects and powers of the City as mentioned in the Enabling Law, and the acquisi- 
tion, renovation and construction thereof, will be a rental apartment project 
which will consist of (a) the acquisition of (i) the land containing approximately 
40,000 square feet located at 101-103 East Mount Royal Avenue, 1302-1310 



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North Calvert Street and 1313 St. Paul Street and (ii) the existing buildings 
thereon, (b) the renovation of the buildings at 101-103 East Mount Royal Avenue 
into (i) approximately 120 TO 132 residential rental apartments and facilities 
functionally related and subordinate thereto and (ii) approximately 20,000 square 
feet of ancillary commercial space, (c) the demolition of the existing structures at 
1302-1310 North Calvert Street and 1313 St. Paul Street (except the front 
facade of the former building) and construction thereon of a multi-story parking 
facility for approximately 140 TO 180 vehicles, a swimming pool and a bath- 
house, (d) the acquisition, construction and installation on and in such land and 
buildings of necessary and useful equipment and any and all other facilities func- 
tionally related and subordinate to the residential rental apartments described 
above, and (e) the acquisition of such other interests in land as may be necessary 
or suitable for the foregoing, including roads and rights of access, utilities and 
other necessary site preparation facilities. The Facility will be owned by the Bor- 
rower and leased to various tenants, which may include private residential 
tenants and retail tenants. 

The Enabling Law provides that the City may authorize and empower the 
Board of Finance of the City (the "Board") by resolution to determine and set 
forth the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and selling (in- 
cluding negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or times of is- 
suance, and any and all other details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale 
thereof, and to do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection 
with the issuance and sale of the Bonds. 

NOW, THEREFORE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

Section I. Be it ordained by Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That acting 
pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to make the proceeds thereof available to the Borrower for the sole 
and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of completion of the Facility will 
facilitate and expedite the completion of the Facility by the Borrower. 

(2) The completion of the Facility by the Borrower and the financing of the 
costs of such completion as provided in this Ordinance will serve to promote the 
general purposes contemplated by the Enabling Law by (a) sustaining jobs and 
employment in Baltimore City; (b) promoting economic development in 
Baltimore City through, among other things, providing rental housing for per- 
sons employed and to be employed in Baltimore City and for residents of the City 
who will be employed outside of Baltimore City; (c) encouraging the increase of 
industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore City; and (d) promoting the health, 
welfare and safety of the residents of Baltimore City. 

(3) Any and all of the Bonds shall not be general obligations of the City and 
shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or the taxing power of the 
City, and shall not constitute a debt of the City, all within the meaning of Section 
7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or within the meaning of any 
other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or restricting the 



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sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. All of the Bonds 
shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully negotiable, payable, as 
to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) the 
revenues from or arising in connection with the Facility, (II) the revenues from 
or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities pur- 
chased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds, (lll)'the contracts, 
mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds 
of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or (III), all as the Board may ap- 
prove by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That the City is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, its 
economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount not to 
exceed $9,000,000, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The proceeds of 
the Bonds will be made available to the Borrower under terms and conditions ap- 
proved by the Board and set forth in a Resolution, and used by the Borrower for 
the sole and exclusive puipose of financing the costs of the completion of the 
Facility. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained. That this Ordinance constitutes the present 
intent of the City to issue the Bonds, and the Mayor of the City is hereby 
authorized to accept the Letter of Intent on behalf of the City in order to further 
evidence the present intent of the City to issue the Bunds in accordance with the 
terms and provisions of this Ordinance. The City intends that the enactment of 
this Ordinance shall be and constitute "official action" within the meaning of Sec- 
tion 1.103-8(aX5) of the Income Tax Regulations prescribed by the United States 
Department of Treasury pursuant to Section 103 of the Code. The City and the 
Borrower contemplate that, upon the effectiveness of this Ordinance, the Bor- 
rower may commence the acquisition of the Facility prior to tiie issuance, sale 
and delivery of the Bonds; provided, however that if the Borrower proceeiis with 
the acquisition of the Facility prior to the adoption of a resolution by the Board, 
as described in Section 5(a) below, the Borrower does so at its own risk. 

Sec. 4. .4//(/ 6^ it further ordained. That the City reserves the right, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, to take any actions deemed necessary by the City in 
order to ensure that the City (a) complies with federal and State laws in effect at 
the time of issuance of the Bonds which may restrict the issuance of industrial 
development bonds, and (b) issues its bonds (within the meaning of the Enabling 
Law and any present or future State and local laws), within the limits imposed by 
any such laws, to finance those facilities which the City determines, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, will provide the greatest benefit to the City. 

Sec. 5. And be It furthvr ordained. That, as permitted by the Enabling Law. 
the Board is hereby authorized and empowered. i)y a resolution or resolutions 
adopteil prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any oi the Bonds, to: 

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(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agi-eement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of the Bonds; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of the Bonds will be made available to the Borrower to finance the costs of 
the completion of the Facility; and 

(e)"do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That any and all of the Bonds shall not be 
general obligations of the City and shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith 
and credit or the taxing power of the City, and shall not constitute a debt of the 
City, all within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of 
Maryland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or 
restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. 
All of the Bonds shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully 
negotiable, payable, as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured 
solely by a pledge of (I) the revenues from or arising in connection with the Facili- 
ty, (II) the revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages 
or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the 
Bonds, (III) the contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acejuired with the proceeds of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or 
(III), all as the Board may approve by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to 
the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Sec. 7. .4)a/ be it furlhcr ordai)tcd, That the Borrower shall agree that: 

(a) it will submit any plans and specifications for the Facility to the 
Neighborhood Progress Administration/DIICD for approval, and that the 
Neighborhood Progi-ess Administration/DHCD may refuse approval of any plans 
and specifications for aesthetic or functional reasons; and 

(b) it and its developers will work with the design advisory group appointed by 
the Neighborhood Progi-ess Administration/DHCD in order to achieve high quali- 
ty site, building, and landscape design. 

Sec. 8. And be it fart Iter ordained, That any and all of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City, by his 



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manual or facsimile signature, and by the Director of Finance of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian or Alternate Custodian of the City Seal, by his manual or facsimile 
signature. At least one signature recjuired or permitted to be placed on the Bonds 
shall be manually subscribed. If the Bonds are required to be manually sub- 
scribed by a trustee, issuing agent, fiscal agent, registrar, or other agent or 
custodian, any other signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds 
may be executed by facsimile. Any trust agreement or other documents as the 
Board shall deem necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the 
Bonds shall be executed in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of 
the City by his manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City 
or a facsimile thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and at- 
tested by the Custodian or Alternate Custodian of the City Seal by his manual 
signature. In case any officer w'hose signature or a facsimile of whose signature 
shall appear on the Bonds or any of the aforesaid documents shall cease to be 
such officer before the delivery of the Bonds or any of the other aforesaid 
documents, such signature or such facsimile shall nevertheless be valid and suffi- 
cient for all purposes, the same as if such officer had remained in office until 
delivery. The Mayor of the City, the Director of Finance of the City, the Custo- 
dian and Alternate Custodian of the City Seal and other official of the City are 
hereby authorized and empowered to do all such acts and things and execute such 
documents and certificates as the Board may determine by resolution to be 
necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions hereof. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained. That any and all necessary financing 
statements required for the consummation of the transactions authorized by this 
Ordinance may be executed on behalf of the City by the Mayor of the City or by 
the Chief, Bureau of Treasury Management of the City or by such other ap- 
propriate official of the City as may be designated by the Mayor of the City to ex- 
ecute such financing statements. 

Sec. 10. /I /h/ 6^ it further ordained. That the authority to issue the Bonds is in- 
tended and shall be deemed to include the authority to issue bond antici|)ation 
notes pursuant to Section 12 of Article 31 of the Annotated Code of Maryland 
(1983 Replacement \'olume and 1984 Cumulative Sup|)lement), as amended, or 
any successor provision of law (the "Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legisla- 
tion"). Reference in this Ordinance to the "Bonds" shall inclu<le such bontl an- 
ticipation notes where appropriate. Prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any 
series of bond anticipation notes, the Board shall adopt a resolution or resolu- 
tions, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of such bond anticipation notes; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, ternjs, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (negotiated as well as competitive 
bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other details of such 
bond anticipation notes and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
(lesciihed in Section t) of this Oniinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 



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agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the EnabHng Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of such bond anticipation notes; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of such bond anticipation notes will be made available to the Borrower to 
finance the costs of the completion of the Facility; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of such bond anticipation notes. 

Such bond anticipation notes may be sold by private negotiation with a pro- 
spective purchaser or purchasers, under such terms as may be approved by the 
Board, and the City hereby determines such private negotiation to be in the best 
interests of the City. Such bond anticipation notes may be sold in series as funds 
are required and may be renewed at maturity with or without resale. 

In accordance with the Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation, the City 
hereby covenants to pay any bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Sec- 
tion of this Ordinance and the interest thereon from the proceeds of the Bonds in 
anticipation of the sale of which such notes are issued, and the City hereby fur- 
ther covenants to issue such Bonds, as the case may be, when, and as soon as, the 
reason for deferring the issuance of the Bonds no longer exists. The timely is- 
suance of such Bonds, however, is dependent upon matters not within the control 
of the City, including (without limitation) the existence of a purchaser or pur- 
chasers for such Bonds at the time the reason for deferring the issuance of the 
Bonds no longer exists and the effectiveness of various actions taken by the Bor- 
rower, its officers, agents and employees. 

Sec. II. And be it further ordained, That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held il- 
legal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances, 
such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, or parts 
of this Ordinance or their application to other persons or circumstances. It is 
hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been 
passed if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, sec- 
tion or part had not been included herein, and if the person or circumstances to 
which this Ordinance or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically ex- 
empted herefrom. 

Sec. 12. And be it further ordained, That either the Bonds or bond anticipation 
notes issued pursuant to Section 10 of this Ordinance in anticipation of the is- 
suance of the Bonds must be issued and sold within six months from the date on 
which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City; provided, however, 
that the Board, after a showing of good cause at a public hearing held before the 
Board prior to or after the expiration of such six-month period, may extend the 



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period during which either the Bonds or such bond anticipation notes may be 
issued and sold for one additional term not to exceed six months from the date on 
which the first six-month period expired. The Board, in its sole discretion, and 
without action by the City Council, shall determine the sufficiency, or lack 
thereof, of the reasons presented for any requested extension of the six-month 
period. If an extension is granted, notice of such extension and the reasons 
therefor must be sent to the City Council. To the extent that neither the Bonds 
nor such bond anticipation notes are issued and sold within twelve months from 
the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City, the 
authority provided in this Ordinance for the City to issue and sell the Bonds and 
such bond anticipation notes shall expire. 

Sec. 13. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 13, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEH, Mayor. 



No. 404 
(Council No. 691) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

PARKING -RESERVED 
LYNDALE AVENUE 

FOR the purpose of providing for reserved parking on the south side of Lyndale 
Avenue for Russell Falk. 

Section I.Beit ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That on 
the south side of Lyndale Avenue, from a point 376' west of Chesterfield Avenue 
to a point 400' west of Chesterfield Avenue, parking is reserved for Russell Falk, 
displaying a permit. 

Sec. 2. Aiid be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 

Approved June 14, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor. 



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No. 405 
(Council No. 787) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ISSUANCE OF CONSOLIDATED BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES 

FOR the purpose of amending the provisions of Ordinance No. 97, approved 
June 18, 1984, to add the new loan authorizations approved by the voters in 
the general election of November 6, 1984, to add the loan authorizations ap- 
proved by the voters in the general election of November 8, 1983, originally in- 
cluded in Ordinance 69 of 1984, but repealed by Ordinance 97 of 1984, to add 
provisions originally included in Ordinance 937 of 1983, but repealed by 
Ordinance 97 of 1984, and to increase the maximum amount of Consolidated 
Bond Anticipation Notes that can be outstanding at one time. 

BY repealing and reordaining with amendments 
Ordinance 97 
Approved by the Mayor: June 18, 1984 

\VnERE.\s, Ordinance 633, approved May 7, 1982, provided for the authoriza- 
tion and issuance by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore of Consolidated 
Bond Anticipation Notes and Consolidated Bond Anticipation Refunding Notes 
to use the proceeds for stated public purposes; and 

VVhekeas, Ordinance 937, approved May 5, 1983, repealed and reordained 
with amendments Ordinance 633 of 1982 by adding the loan authorizations that 
were approved by the voters in the general election held November 4, 1982; and 

Whereas, Ordinance 69, approved May 14, 1984, amended Ordinance 937 of 

1983 by adding loan authorizations approved by the voters in the general election 
held on November 8, 1983; and 

Whekeas, Ordinance 97, approved June 18, 1984, repealed and reordained 
with amendments Ordinance 937 of 1983 by, increasing the maximum amount of 
Consolidated Bond Anticipation Notes that can be outstanding at one time, but 
Ordinance 97 did not include the loan authorizations added by Ordinance 69 of 

1984 or various provisions of Ordinance 937 of 1983; and 

Whekeas, This Ordinance increases the maximum amount of Consolidated 
Bond Anticipation Notes that can be outstanding at one time, adds the loan 
authorizations approved by the voters in the general election of November 8, 

1983, originally included in Ordinance 69 of 1984 but excluded by Ordinance 97 
of 1984, adds provisions originally included in Ordinance 937 of 1983 but re- 
pealed by Ordinance 97 of 1984, and adds the loan authorizations approved by 
the voters in the general election of November 6, 1984; now, therefore. 

Section 1. Be it ordaini'd by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Ordinance 97 of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, entitled "Issuance of 
Consolidated Bond Anticipation Notes", and approved by the Mayor on June 18, 

1984, be and it is repealed and reordained to read as follows: 



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AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ISSUANCE OF CONSOLIDATED BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and providing for the issuance, from time to 
time by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore (the "City") of its bond an- 
ticipation notes, designated "ConsoHdated Bond Anticipation Notes," and its 
bond anticipation refunding notes, designated "Consolidated Bond Anticipa- 
tion Refunding Notes," in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding that 
permitted by the Bond Acts (defined below), but not outstanding at any one 
time in excess of (seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000)] one hundred 
million dollars ($100,000,000} pursuant to the provisions of Sections 12 and 24 
of Article 31 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1983 Replacement Volume 
and 1984 Supplement) and in accordance with the general obligation bond 
authority set forth in (i) Chapter 140 of the Laws of Maryland of 1972, and 
Ordinance No. 110 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 29, 1972, (ii) 
Chapter 467 of the Laws of Maryland of 1975, and Ordinance No. 74 of the 
City approved by the Mayor on June 16, 1976 (iii) Chapter 16 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 81 of the City approved by the Mayor on 
June 9, 1980, (iv) Chapter 12 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 
677 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, (v) Chapter 348 of 
the Laws of Maryland of 1975, and Ordinance 900 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 13, 1975, (vi) Chapter 209 of the Laws of Maryland of 1976, 
and Ordinance No. 76 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 16, 1976, 
(vii) Chapter 7 of the Laws of Maiyland of 1982, and Ordinance 678 of the 
City, approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, (viii) Chapter 8 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 680 of the City, approved by the Mayor on 
June 23, 1982, (ix) Chapter 560 of the Laws of Maryland of 1968, and 
Ordinance No. 151 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 28, 1968, (x) 
Chapter 9 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 679 of the City 
approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, (xi) Chapter 9 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 1031, approved by the Mayor on May 24. 
1979, (xii) Chapter 13 of the Laws of Maryland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 82 
of the City,, approved by the Mayor on June 9, 1980, (xiii) Chapter 15 of the 
Laws of Maryland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 1037 of the City, approved by 
the Mayor on May 24, 1979, (xiv) Chapter 35 of the Laws of Maryland of 1980, 
and Ordinance No. 93 of the City, approveii by the Mayor on June 12, 1980, 
(XV) Chapter 16 of the Laws of Maryland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 1038 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on May 24, 1979, (xvi) Chapter 10 of the 
Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 729 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 29, 1982, (xvii) Chapter 130 of the Laws of Mainland of 1978, 
and Ordinance No. 791 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 26. 1978, 
(xviii) Chapter 17 of the Laws of Maryland of 1979. and Ordinance No. 1039 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on May 24, 1979 (xix) Chapter 14 t»f the Laws 
of Maryland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 83 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor, on June 9. 1980, (xx) Chapter 13 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and 
Ordinance No. 730 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 29. 1982. (xxi) 
Chapter 20 of the Laws oH Maryland of 1980. and Ordinance No 79 of the City, 
apjjroved by the Mayor on June 9, 1980. (xxii) Chapter 463 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1975. and Ordinance No. 899 of the City, approved by the Mayor 



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on June 13, 1975, (xxiii) Chapter 11 of the Laws of Maryland of 1979, and 
Ordinance No. 1033 of the City, approved by the Mayor on May 24, 1979, 
fxxiv) Chapter 17 of the Laws of Maryland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 76 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 9, 1980, (xxv) Chapter 14 of the Laws 
of Maryland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 1036 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on May 24, 1979, (xxvi) Chapter 18 of the Laws of Maryland of 1980, 
and Ordinance No. 80 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 9, 1980, 
(xxvii) Chapter 1 1 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance No. 681 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, (xxviii) Chapter 15 of the 
Laws of Maryland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 75 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 9, 1980, (xxix) Chapter 6 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and 
Ordinance No. 728 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 9, 1982, (xxx) 
Chapter 128 of the Laws of Maryland of 1971, and Ordinance No. 1098 of the 
City, approved by the Mayor on June 29, 1971, (xxxi) Chapter 73 of the Laws 
of Mainland of 1978 and Ordinance No. 785 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 26, 1978, (xxxii) Chapter 11 of the Laws of Maryland of I'JSS, 
and Ordinance No. 96b uf the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, 
(xxiiii) Chapter 12 of the Laivs of Maryland of 1983, and Ordinance No. 969 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, (xxxiv) Chapter 19 of the 
Laws of Maryland of 1983. and Ordinance No. 967 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 22, 1983, (xxxv) Chapter 20 of the Laws of Manjland of 1983, 
and Ordinance No. 972 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, 
(xxxvi) Chapter 18 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983. and Ordinance No. 968 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, (xxxvii) Chapter 22 of the 
Laws of Maryland, of 1983, and Ordinance No. 970 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 22, 1983, (xxxviii) Chapter 15 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983, 
and Ordinance No. 971^ of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, 
(xxxix) Chapter 21 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983, and Ordiiiance No. 971 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, (xl) Chapter i4 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1983, and Ordinance No. 965 of the City, approved by the Mayor 
on June 22. 1983, (xli) Chapter 13 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983, and 
Ordinance No. 973 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, (xlii) 
Resolution VIII of 198J, of the members of the General Assembly of Maryland 
representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 99 of the City, approved by 
the Mayor on June 19, 198^, (xliii) Resolution V of 198It approved by the 
nu'tubers of the General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, 
and Ordinance No. 115 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 15, 198Jt, 
(xliv) Resolution VI of 198^ approved by the members of the General Assembly 
of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 116 of the City, 
approved by the Mayor on June 25, 198Jt, (xlv) Resolution XII of 198^ approved 
by the members of the General Asseynbly of Maryland representing Baltimore 
City and Ordinance No. 117 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 25, 
198.:,, (xlvi) Resolution II of 1981, approved by the members of the General 
Assembly of MaryUnid representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 118 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 25, 198J,, (xlvii) Resolution IX of 1984 
approved by the members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 119 of the City, approved by the Mayor on 
June 25, 198^, (.vlviii) Resolution I of 198Jt approved by the members of the 
General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance 
No. 120 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 25, 198J,, (xlix) Resolution 



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VII of 1984 approved by the members of the General Assembly of Maryland 
representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 121 of the City, approved by 
the Mayor on June 25, 1984, (I) Resolution IV of 1984 approved by the members 
of the General Assembly of Mai-yland representing Baltimore City, and 
Ordinance No. 125 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 27, 1984, (U) 
Resolution III of 1984 approved by the members of the General Assembly of 
Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 126 of the City, 
approved by the Mayor on June 27 1984, (Hi) Resolution X of 1984 approved by 
the members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore 
City, and Ordinance No. 95 of the City approved by the Mayor on June 15, 
1984, and (liii) Resolution XI of 1984 approved by the members of the General 
Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 98 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 19, 1984, (the "Bond Acts") in order to 
use the proceeds for the pubHc purposes of (a) funding the purposes or uses set 
forth in the Bond Acts; (b) funding up to twelve (12) months capitalized 
interest on the notes (unless a longer period is allowed by law, in which case 
funding such interest up to the period permitted by law); (c) refunding and 
refinancing such notes as they mature or are redeemed; and (d) paying the 
costs of issuance of such notes; authorizing the use of obligations in the nature 
of commercial paper or demand notes and letters of credit or r e lat e d in - 
atrum e nts AND OTHER CREDIT ARRANGEMENTS; prescribing and 
determining certain other matters relating to the issuance and sale of the 
notes; providing that certain matters pertaining to the notes, including 
(without limitation) the amounts and dates of any series, maturity or 
maturities, method of competitive sale, if any, interest rate or rates, redemp- 
tion provisions, if any, and the period, if any, during which interest will be 
capitalized, shall be determined administratively at or prior to the time of the 
sale of any series of such notes by resolution of the Board of Finance of the 
City; providing for the private (negotiated) sale of such notes or, upon certain 
findings and determinations by the Board of Finance, for the competitive sale 
of all or part of such notes; providing for the disbursement of the proceeds of 
such notes; providing for the payment of such notes from refunding notes or 
from the first proceeds of bonds to be issued on the full faith and credit of the 
City in an amount necessary, together with any other available funds, to pro- 
vide for the payment of the principal of and interest on such notes at maturity 
WHEN DUE (WHETHER AT MATURITY OR BY ACCELERATION OR 
OTHERWISE); convenanting to issue general obligation bonds when, and as 
soon as, the reason for deferring the issuance thereof no longer exists; con- 
venanting (in the event general obligation bonds are not issued to pay the prin- 
cipal of and interest on the notes when due, WHETHER AT MATURITY OR 
BY ACCELERATION OR OTHERWISE) to levy and collect all taxes neces- 
sary to provide for the payment of the principal of and interest on such notes 
WHEN DUE (WHETHER AT MATURITY OR BY ACCELERATION OR 
OTHERWISE); providing that the proceeds of such notes, or any monies which 
may be deemed to be proceeds, will not be used in a manner which would cause 
such notes to be arbitrage notes; providing that the Board of Finance may deter- 
mine by resolution or other appropriate action certain other matters pertaining 
to the issuance, sale and delivery of any series of such notes; and generally 
relating to the issuance, sale, and delivery and payment of all such notes. 



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RECITALS 

A. For convenience of reference, the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, a 
municipal corporation organized and existing under the Constitution and laws of 
the State of Maryland, is hereinafter sometimes referred to as the "City". 

B. The authority for the issuarice of bond anticipation notes is set forth in Section 
12 of Article 31 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1983 Replacement Volume and 
198Jt Supplement). Section 12 of Article 31 is sometimes referred to in this Or- 
di)iance as the "Bond Anticipation Note Act'\ The authority for the issiuince of the 
bonds in anticipation of which the notes unll be issued is setfoHh in (i) Chapter HO 
of the Laws of Maryland of 1972, and Ordinance No. 110 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 29, 1972, ratified by the voters on November 7, 1982, for $3,700,000, 
(ii) Chapter 1^67 of the Laws of Maryland of 1975, and Ordinance No. 7U of the City 
approved by the Mayor on June 16, 1976, ratified by the voters on November 2, 1976, 
for $5,750,000, (Hi) Chapter 16 of the Laws of Maryland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 
81 of the City approved by the Mayor on June 9, 1980, ratified by the voters on 
November 4. 1980, for $3,000,000, (iv) Chapter 12 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, 
and Ordinance 677 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, ratified by 
the voters on November 4, 1982, for $4,000,000. (v) Chapter 348 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1975, and Ordinance 900 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 
13. 1975, ratified by the voters on November 4, 1975, for $1,000,000, (vi) Chapter 209 
of the Laws of Maryland of 1976, and Ordinance No. 76 of the City, aprpi'oved by the 
Mayor on June 16, 1976, ratified by the voters an November 2, 1976, for $1,000,000, 
(vii) Chapter 7 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 678 of the City, 
approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, ratified by the voters on November 4, 1982, 
for $1,400,000. (inii) Chapter 8 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 680 
of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, ratified by the voters an 
November 4, 1980. for $1,000,000. (ix) Chapter 560 of the Laws of Maryland of 1968, 
and Ordinance No. 151 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 28, 1968, 
ratified by the voters on November 5, 1968, for $80,000,000, (x) Chapter 9 of the Laws 
of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 679 of the City appi'aved by the Mayor on June 
23, 1982. ratified by the voters on November 4, 1982. for $2,600,000, (xi) Chapter 9 of 
the Laws of Maiyland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 1031, approved by the Mayor on 
May 24, 1979. ratified by the voters on November 6. 1979, for $7,300,000. (xii) 
Chapter 13 of the Laws ofMaiyUind of 1980. and Ordinance No. 82 of the City, ap- 
proved by the Mayor on June 9. 1980, ratified by the voters on November 4, 1980, for 
$8,500,000, (xiii) Chapter 15 of the Laws ofMaiyland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 
1037 of the City, approved by the Mayor on May 24, 1979, ratified by the voters on 
November 6. 1979, for $2,000,000, (xiv) Chapters 35 of the Laws of Maryland of 
1980, and Ordinance No. 93 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 12, 1980, 
ratified by the voters on November 4, 1980, for $6,000,000. (xv) Chapter 16 of the 
Laws of Maryland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 1038 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on May 24. 1979. rat if ied by the voters on November 6. 1979, for $4,000,000, 
(xvi) Chapter 10 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 729 of the City, 
approved by the Mayor on June 29. 1982. ratified by the voters on November 4. 
1982. for $5,000,000. (xvii) Chapter 130 of the Laivs of Maryland of 1978, and Or- 
dinance No. 791 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 26. 1978. ratified by 
the voters on November 7. 1978, for $7,500,000, (xviii) Chapter 17 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1979, and Ordinance No. 1039 oftheCity, approved by theMayoron 
May 24, 1979, ratified by the voters on November 6, 1979. for $2,500,000, (xix) 



306 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 405 

Chapter U of the Laws of Maryland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 8S of the City, ap- 
proved by the Mayor, on June 9, 1980, ratified by the voters on November^, 1980. 
for $3,000,000, (xx) Chapter IS of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance 
No. 730 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 29, 1982, ratified by the voters 
on November U. 1982. for $3,000,000, (xxi) Chapter 20 of the Laws ofMa}'yland of 
1980. and Ordinance No. 79 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 9, 1980, 
ratified by the voters on November J,, 1980. for $3,000,000. (xxii) Chapter J^dS of the 
Laws of Maryland of 1975, and Ordinayice No. 899 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 13, 1975. ratified by the voters on November U, 1975. for 
$30,000,000, (xxiii) Chapter 11 of the Laws of Maryland of 1979. and Ordinance 
No. 1033 of the City, approved by the Mayor on May 2J,. 1979. ratified by the voters 
on November 6, 1979. for $7,300,000. (xxiv) Chapter 1 7 of the Laws of Maryland of 
1980, and Ordinance No. 76 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 9. 1980, 
ratified by the voters on November Jt, 1980, for $8,000,000, (xxv) Chapter IJ, of the 
Laws of Maryland of 1979. and Ordinance No. 1036 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on May 2U, 1979. ratified by the voters on November 6. 1979. for $Jt.500,000, 
(xxvi) Chapter 18 of the Laws of Maryland of 1980. and Ordinance No. 80 of the 
City, approved by the Mayor on June 9, 1980. ratified by the voters on November 
Jf, 1980, for $16,000,000, (xxvii) Chapter 11 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and 
Ordinance No. 681 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 23, 1982, ratified 
by the voters on November J,. 1982, for $7,000,000, (xxviii) Chapter 15 of the Laws 
ofMat-yland of 1980, and Ordinance No. 75 of the City, approved by the Mayor on 
June 9, 1980, ratified by the voters on November Jt, 1980. for $12,000,000. (xxix) 
Chapter 6 of the Laws of Maryland of 1982, and Ordinance No. 728 of the City, ap- 
proved by the Mayor on June 9, 1982. ratified by the voters on November^. 1982, 
for $3,000,000. (xxx) Chapter 128 of the Laws of Maryland of 1971. and Ordinance 
No. 1098 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 29. 1971, ratified by the 
voters on November 2. 1971. for $7,800,000. (xxxU Chapter 73 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1978 and Ordinance No. 785 of the City, approved by the Mayor on 
June 26, 1978, ratified by the voters on November 7. 1978. for $5,600,000. (xxxiii 
Chapter 11 of the Laws ofMai-yland of 1983, and Ordinance No. 966 of the City, 
approved by the Mayor on June 22. 1983. ratified by the voters on November 11. 
1983. for $3,250,000. (xxxiii) Chapter 12 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983. and Or- 
dinance No. 969 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, ratified by 
the voters on November 11, 1983, for $1,250,000. (xxxiv) Chapter 19 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1983, and Ordinance No. 967 of the City, approved by the Mayor on 
June 22. 1983, ratified by the voters on November 11, 1983. for $7,000,000, (xxxv) 
Chapter 20 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983. and Ordinance No. 972 of the City 
approved by the Mayor on June 22. 1983. ratified by the voters on November 11, 
' 1983. for $1,500,000. (xxxvi) Chapter 18 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983, and Or- 
dinance No. 968 of the City, approved by the Mayor on Jmie 22. 1983, ratified by 
the voters on November 11, 1983, for $J,. 500,000, (xxxviif Chapter 22 of the Laws of 
Maryland of 1983, and Ordinance No. 970 of the City, approved by the 
Mayor on June 22. 1983, ratified by tht voters on November 11, 1983. for 
$2,500,000, (xxxviii) Chapter 15 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983. and Ordinance 
No. 97-!, of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, ratified by the voters 
on November 11, 1983, for $2,500,000, (xxxixi Chapter 21 of the Laws of Maryland 
of 1983. and Ordinance No. 971 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22. 
1983. ratified by the voters on November 11. 1983. for $6,000,000. (xlf Chapter i; of 
the Laws ofMarylatid of 1983. and Ordinance No. 965 of the City, approved by the 



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Mayor on June 22, 1983. ratified by the voters on November 11, 1983, for 
$3,000,000. (xli) Chapter 13 of the Laws of Maryland of 1983, and Ordinance No. 
973 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 22, 1983, ratified by the voters on 
November 11. 1983, for $2,000,000. (xlii) Resolution VIII of 198^ of the members of 
the General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance 
No. 99 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 19, 198Jf, ratified by the voters 
on November 6, 198J,, for $^,,900,000, (xliii) Resolution V ofl98J, approved by the 
members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and 
Ordinance No. 115 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 25, 198^, ratified 
by the voters on November 6, 198:,, for $3,000,000, (xliv) Resolution VI of 1984 ap- 
proved by the members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 116 of the City, approved by the Mayor on 
June 25, 1984, ratified by the voters on November 6. 1984. for $6,000,000, (xlv) 
Resolution XII of 1984 approved by the members of the General Assembly of 
Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 117 of the City, ap- 
proved by the Mayor on June 25. 1984, ratified by the voters on November 6, 1984, 
for $10,000,000, (xlvi) Resolution II of 1984 approved by the members of the 
General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, a)id Ordinance No. 
118 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 25, 1984, ratified by the voters on 
November 6, 1984. for $1,000,000, (xlvii) Resolution IX of 1984 approved by the 
members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and 
Ordinance No. 119 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 25, 1984, ratified 
by the voters on November 6, 1984, for $2,000,000. (xlviii) Resolution I of 1984 ap- 
proved by the metnbers of the General Assembly of Maryland representing 
Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 120 of the City, approved by the Mayor on 
June 25, 1984. ratified by the voters on November 6, 1984, for $12,000,000, (xlix) 
Resolution VII of 1984 approved by the members of the General Assembly of 
Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 121 of the City, ap- 
proved by the Mayor on June 25, 1984. ratified by the voters on November 6, 1984, 
for $4,000,000. (U Resolution IV of 1984 approved by the members of the General 
Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 125 of 
the City, approved by the Mayor on June 27, 1984, ratified by the voters on 
November 6. 1984. for $6,000,000. (li} Resolution III of 1984 approved by the 
members of the General Assembly of Maryland representing Baltimore City, and 
Ordinance No. 126 of the City, approved by the Mayor on June 27, 1984, ratified 
by the voters on November 6, 1984, for $2,500,000, (Hi) Resolution X of 1984 ap- 
proved by the members of the General Assembly of Maryland represoiting 
Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 95 of the City approved by the Mayor on June 
15. 1984. ratified by the voters on November 6, 1984, for $2,500,000, and (liii) 
Resolution XI of 1984 approved by the members of the General Assembly of 
Maryland representing Baltimore City, and Ordinance No. 98 of the City, ap- 
proved by the Mayor on June 19. 1984 ratified by the voters on November 6, 1984 
Jor $9,500,000. The Chapters and Ordinances listed above in this Recital B are 
ctiUectively refer>-ed to as the "Bond Act.^". 

C. The Bond Anticipatinn NuteAct authorizes and empowers theCity to borrow 
nmney in anticipation if the issuance of its bonds and to evidence such borrowing 
by the issuance and sale of its bond anticipation notes in aggregate amount not 
greater than the authorized amount of the bonds in anticipation of the sale oj 
which the notes are issued and sold. The Bond Anticipation Note Act provides 



308 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 405 

that such notes shall be payable as to interest and principal (except to the extent 
paid from proceeds of the sale of the notes) from the first proceeds of the bonds in 
anticipation of the sale of which such notes are issued. The Bond Anticipation 
Note Act further authorizes and empowers the City to pay up to twelve mimths in- 
terest on the }iotes from the proceeds of the notes. 

D. The general obligation bonds authorized to be issued pursuant to the Bond 
Acts are sontetimes referred to herein as the "Bonds". 

E. The Bond Acts confer upon the Board of Finance of the City (as successor to 
the Commissioners of Finance of the City) certain powers in connection with the 
Bonds, including, without limitation, the power to determine the form or forms of 
Bo)ids, the date of the Bonds issued at any particular time, the right of redemp- 
tion of the Bonds prior to maturity and the rate or rates of interest to be borne by 
the Bonds. 

F. The Bond Anticipation Note Act authorizes thesaleofaiiy notes to be issued 
pursuant to such Act by public sale or by private negotiation with prospective 
purchasers, if such negotiated sale is deemed by the City to be in the best interest 
of the City. 

G. A uthorityfor the issuance of refunding notes is contained in A rticle Jl, Sec- 
tio}i 2^ of the Annotated Code of Maryland (19S.i Replacement Wdume and WS-^ 
Supfilementh Article 31, Section 2Jt is sometitnes referred to in this Ordinance as 
the "Refunding Bond Enabling Act". 

H. The Refunding Bond Enabling Act authorizes and empowers the City to 
issue and sell refunding obligations for the purpose of refunding any of its obliga- 
tions then outstandi)ig. provided that the public purpose of realizing savings in 
the effective costs of debt service to the City is achieved. Such savings may be a 
direct result of the refunding or may result from a reduction in debt service effec- 
tuated through a debt restructuring. The City may determine that any refunding 
obligations be sold on a negotiated basis without the solicitntinn if bids. 

I. The City proposes to sffcnd the proceeds of such refunding nutes hereby 
authorized for the general public purposes of paying, prepaying, refinancing ur 
restructuring the debt evidenced by the bond anticipation imtes or any refunding 
notes issued pursuant to this Ordinance. 

J. The City desires to use its borrowing powers to provule for an eflectice and 
flexible debt management program to meet the borrowing needs uf the City in a 
resjinnsible manner by using recently available financing methods designed to 
provide substantial advantages to municipal bovriuvers during unfavorable bond 
market conditions. 

SlctIdX 1. Be it ordained by the Maijttr and City Council if Baltimore, That, 
acting pur.-<uant to the Bond Anticifiation Note Act and the Refunding Bimd 
Enabling Act and in accordance with the Bond Act.-i. it is ht vtby ftuml ami ditiv- 
mmnl. as follows: 

(a} General econoinic conditions are extremely u)isettled and require sensitive 
and careful debt management in order to reduce to the greatest extent practical 
the cost of borrowing to the City. 



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(b) Current bond market conditions are unusual, erratic, and extraordinarily 
unfavorable in comparison to historical bond market conditions. An inflexible 
approach to borrowing by the City threatens its ability to initiate necessary 
capital projects and will diminish the resources available to provide for the needs 
of the citizens of the City in the future. A flexible approach to borrowing taking 
advantage of demand for certain short term and other municipal obligations will 
best serve the interest of the City. 

(c) The existence of an expanding market for tax-exempt obligations structured 
in the form of short term or demand obligations or commercial paper or other 
obligations having varying and flexible maturities, and for obligations related 
with interest rates that vai-y with a defined or stated indicator, index, other 
m e chanisms o r combinations INDICATOR OR INDEX, OTHER 
MECHANISMS OR MARKET CONDITIONS FOR COMPARABLE OBLIGA- 
TIONS OR COMBINATIONS of such maturities and rates, necessitates the 
establishment of procedures which permit the City to utilize such a market for its 
obligations. 

(d) The Board of Finance, as the etitity primairily responsible for the issuance 
and sale of the City's certificates of indebtedness, has the expertise and experience 
necessary to be primatnly responsible for the determination of matters set forth 
herein to be within its jurisdiction. 

(e) Private, negotiated sales are the primary and most efficient means of 
marketing such short term obligations, and in the absence of a determination by 
the Board of Finance to the contrary as to a particular issue or series, sales of 
obligations pursuant to this Ordinance on a negotiated basis are in the best public 
interest and will result in the lowest cost to the City. 

(J) The City currently needs funds to pay part or all of the costs of those certain 
projects or uses necessary or desirable for the welfare of the citizens of the City 
and more particularly described in the Bond Acts. In order to provide the City 
with the flexibility required by current bond market conditions, and in order to 
permit the construction and funding of the projects and uses described in the 
Bund Acts to proceed prior to the issuance of the Bonds, the City has determined 
to issue and sell its bond anticipation notes or refunding notes pursuant to this 
Ordinance in such amounts, on such terms and conditions and according to such 
procedures as are hereinafter provided. 

(g) The net proceeds from the sale of the City's rej'unding notes authorized to be 
issued and sold by this Ordinance, shall be used and applied for the public pur- 
poses of(i) refinancing, restructuring, refunding, or renewing, in whole or in 
part, from time to lime, the City's bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this 
Ordinance AND/OR THE BOND ACTS and any refunding notes issued pur- 
suant to th is Ordinance AND/OR THE BOND ACTS; (ii) paying any redemption 
premiums and any interest accrued or to accrue to the date of redemption in con- 
nection with obligations being refinanced or refunded from the proceeds of the 
refunding notes; and (iiil paying the costs of issuance of any series of refunding 
notes authorized under this Ordinance. 

SfcK . 2. And be it further ordained, That the issuance, sale and delivery of an 
amount not exceeding? that permitted by the Bond Anticipation Note Act, the 
Refunding Bond Enabling Act and the Bond Acts, but not outstanding at any one 
time in excess of [seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000)1 one hundred million 



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dollars ($100,000,000), aggregate principal amount of notes or refunding notes, 
hereby designated, "Consolidated Bond Anticipation Notes" or "Consolidated 
Bond Anticipation Refunding Notes" (the "Notes") is hereby authorized, subject 
to the provisions of this Ordinance. The Notes may be issued in one or more 
series, and each such series shall be identified by a designation by year and by let- 
ter so that, for example, the first series (if issued in 1982 and if the issuance of 
more than one series of notes hereunder is then contemplated) shall be 
designated "Consolidated Bond Anticipation Notes- 1982 Series A". The 
aggregate principal amount of Notes to be issued pursuant to this Ordinance at 
any one time shall be determined by the Board of Finance by resolution adopted 
prior to the delivery of the Notes. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That Notes or a series of Notes shall be dated 
as of the first day of the month in which the series of Notes is delivered unless the 
Board of Finance shall specify a dijferent date in its resolution hereinafter 
described, and the Notes shall bear interest at aw annual rate or rates payable 
semi-annually following the date of the series of Notes, unless the Board of 
Finance shall specify a different period of payment, so that if the Notes of a series 
are dated ApiHl 1, 1982 interest on that series of Notes will be payable on October 
1, 1982, and semi-annually thereafter, unless the Board of Finance specifies 
otherwise. The Notes shall be in the denomination of Five Thousand Dollars 
($5,000) each, unless the Board of Finance shall specify a dijferent tkttt DE- 
NOMINATION in its resolution hereinafter described, and the Notes of each 
series of Notes shall be numbered from one (1) consecutively upwards, unless, as 
to each matter, otherwise determined by the Board of Finance in its resolution 
hereinafter described. 

Sec. Jf. And be it further ordained, That prior to the delivery of any series of 
Notes, the Board of Finance shall adopt a resolution or resolutions which shall 
prescribe, subject to the Bond Anticipation Note Act, the Refunding Bond En- 
abling Act a)id the Bond Acts, as applicable, (i) the principal amount of Notes to 
be issued as a series at any one time, (ii) the date of issue of the series of Notes, 
(Hi) the interest rate or rates to be borne by the series of Notes, or the method by 
which such interest rate or rates shall be determined, (iv) the time periods and 
method for payment of interest on the series of Notes, (v) the redemption provi- 
sions, if any, for the series of Notes, (vi) the tnaturity or maturities of the series of 
Notes, or method by which such maturity or maturities shall be determined, (vii) 
the method of competitive sale if any series of Notes is determined to be sold at 
competitive sale rather than the negotiated sale found herein to be in the best 
public interest, (viii) the denominations of any series of Notes, (ix) the form, use of 
registration and means of payment of the series of Notes, and (x) any additional 
tenns necessary or appropriate to I'eflect any matters provided in that reso- 
lution. 

The Board of Finance hereby is authorized to adopt a master resolution to 
establish procedures to facilitate the prompt detennination and approval of one or 
more of the matters set forth above. Such procedures may include telephonic ap- 
proval and subsequent telegraphic or written confinnation of one or more of such 
matters by a designated officer of the City if prescribed guidelines or parameters set 
forth in the master resolution, or any amendment thereto, are not exceeded. 



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The Board further is authorized to establish any necessai-y relations with a 
commercial bank or other appropriate institution to facilitate the payment of 
short-term Notes, including the use of general or sta^nd-by letters of credit, loan 
agreements, revolving loans or notes, RATE INSURANCE AGREEMENTS or 
similar arrangements. 

The Board also may take such further or additional actions as are needed to 
permit the issuance of Notes in the nature of commercial paper as authoHzed by 
the Bond Anticipation Note Act. 

The period during which interest may be capitalized for any series of Notes 
shall not exceed a period of twelve (12 months), unless a longer period is allowed 
by law at the time of issuance of the series of Notes. 

Any resolution or resolutions adopted by the Board of Finance pursuant to this 
Ordinance shall be deemed to be of an administrative nature. 

Sec 5. And be it further ordained, That the City hereby covenants that(i) it will 
pay the interest on and principal of the Notes, to the extent not paid from proceeds 
of the Notes, from the proceeds of the Bonds AND ANY OTHER AVAILABLE 
FUNDS, and (ii) it will issue the Bonds when, and as soon as, the reason for 
deferring their issuance no longer exists; but in any event, in sufficient time to 
permit the payment of the Notes tti — maturity — ttr — ext e nded 
maturity WHEN DUE (WHETHER AT MATURITY OR BY ACCELER- 
ATION OR OTHERWISE). 

St:c. 6. And be it further ordained. That the City and the purchasers of the 
Notes recognize the possibility, but do not anticipate, that the City may be unable 
fo issue the Bonds in sufficient time to provide for payment of the interest on and 
the principal of the Notes al vr prior to their maturity vr e xt r nded maturiiy 
WHEN DUE (WHETHER AT MATURITY OR BY ACCELERATION OR 
OTHERWISE). The City hereby covenants that in such event the City will levy ad 
i'ulorem taxes upon each one hundred dollars ($100.00) of properly within the cor- 
porate limits of the City of Baltimore subject to assessment for full City taxes, at a 
rate sufficient to provide for the payment, when due. (WHETHER AT MATURI- 
71' OR BY ACCELERATION OR OTHERWISE) of the principal of and interest 
on all Notes. 

To assure the performance by the City of the provisions of this Section, the full 
faith and credit and unlimited taxing power of the City are hereby irrevocably 
'pledged to the payment tH-Tmt{ttrtiy WHEN DUE (WHETHER AT MATURITY 
OR BY ACCELERATION) of the principal of and interest on the Notes hereby 
authorized and to the levy and collection of the taxes hereinabove described as and 
ulwn such taxes may become necessary in order to provide sujficient funds io 
m irl (h t d^ht s t rviif rtyuurmtnts of FOR THE PAYMENT WHEN DUE 
(WHETHER AT MATURITY OR BY ACCELERATION OR OTHERWISE) OF 
THE PAYMENT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON the Notes 
hereby authorized tu be issued; this pledge is made hereby for the benefit of the 
holders, from time to time, if the Notes hereby authorized. 

The City hereby solt-mnly covenants and agrees with each holder of any of the 
Notes hereby authorized to levy and collect the taxes hereinabove described and to 



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take any other action that may be appropriate from time to time during the 
period that any of such Notes remain outstanding and unpaid to provide the 
funds necessary to make principal and interest payments thereon, when due 
(WHETHER AT MATURITY OR BY ACCELERATION OR OTHERWISE). 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That all Notes shall be executed in the name 
of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore and on its behalf by the manual or 
facsimile signature of the Mayor of the City and the Director of Finance of the 
City and the corporate seal of the City shall be imprinted thereon, attested by the 
Custodian or the Alternate Custodian of the Seal of the City, by his manual or fac- 
simile signature. At least one signature required or pennitted to be placed on the 
Notes shall be manually subscribed. 

If any official whose signature shall appear on any series of the Notes shall 
cease to be such official prior to the delivery of any series of Notes, or, in the event 
any such official whose signature shall appear on any series of Notes shall have 
become such after the date of issue thereof the Notes of such series shall never- 
theless be valid and legally binding obligations of the City in accordance with 
their terms. 

The Notes shall be fully registered as to both principal and interest in the name 
or names of the owner or owners thereof in such a manner as shall be determined 
by the Board of Finance. The principal of the Notes shall be payable as deter- 
mined in the form of the Notes approved by a Resolution of the Board of Finance. 
The interest on the Notes shall be payable by the City in such a manner as deter- 
mined by the Board of Finance. 

All Notes shall be in afonn approved by the Board of Finance. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That, pursuant to the authority of the Bond 
Anticipation Note Act and the Refunding Bond Enabling Act, it is hereby deter- 
mined that considering the nature and the maturity of the Notes, present bond 
market conditions, the identity of prospective purchasers indicating an interest 
in purchasing the Notes and other relevant considerations arising from current 
economic conditio)is, it would be in the best interests of the City to sell the entire 
authorized principal amount of the Notes at private (negotiated) sale; however, 
curroit bond market conditions including (without limitation) substantial, rapid 
variations in interest rates and the present overall record high level of interest 
rates indicate bond market conditions which could change rapidly so that, at 
some subsequent time, it might better serve the interests of the City to offer and 
sell the Notes, either in whole or in part, at competitive sale; taking these factors 
into account, the City has determined to authorize, and does hereby authorize, the 
Board of Finance (i) to sell a portion of the Notes at private (negotiated! sale, (ii) 
to sell the remaini)ig principal amouyit of the Notes at private (negotiated) sale or 
at competitive sale, if the Board of Finance finds and determines that market con- 
ditions at the time of the sale of the Notes (including without limitation, the 
availability of interested prospective purchasers to negotiate for a purchase of the 
Notes) to sell such balance at competitive sale, or (Hi) to sell the entire amount of 
the Notes at competitive saie, if the Board of Fina)ice finds and dctermi)ies that 
such bund market conditions cristing at the time of sale then indicate that a com- 
petitive sale would be in the best interests of the City. The Board ufFiiiaiice shall, 



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by resolution, award the sale of any series of Notes to the purchaser or purchasers 
thereof. In connection with such award, the City is authorized to enter into a pur- 
chase contract, loan agreement or other document evidencing the agreement of the 
City and the purchaser or purchasers of the Notes which document (i) may con- 
tain such covenants and assurances deemed necessary or appropriate in connec- 
tion with such award and (ii) shall be approved by the Board of Finance in the 
resolution awarding the sale of the Notes. 

The Notes of each series shall be suitably prepared and duly executed and 
delivered to the purchaser or purchasers at the expense of the City, from time to 
time, as determined by resolution of the Board of Finance, upon payment of th e 
fac e amuuni of th e s e ri e s of Not e s plus accrued int e r e st f r om th e dale of th e seri e s 
o f Not e s to th e date of deliv e ry. Such payment shall b e made in Baltimor e Cl e a r- 
inghouse funds by c e rtified c he c k upon, or bank cashier's, tr e asur e r's o r offi c ial 
ch e ck of a responsible banking institution THEREFOR UPON SUCH TERMS 
AS THE BOARD OF FINANCE MAY DETERMINE. 

The resolution of the Board of Finance may provide that any or all of the Notes 
may be renewed at maturity without resale. 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That, authority hereby is confei-red on the 
Board of Finance, to take the following actions and to make the following com- 
mitments on behalf of the City: 

(a) to deliver such agreements as are needed to implement the financing 
authorized herein, in the form determined by resolution of the Board of Finance; 

(b) to prepare and distribute disclosure memoranda and related material need- 
ed to implement the financing authorized herein; 

(c) to evaluate and determine periodically the time for issuance of the Bonds, in- 
cluding the establishment of dates by which such bonds are expected to be issued, 
or date before which such bonds are not expected to be issued; and 

(d) to do any and all things, proper or expedient in connection with the issuance 
and sale of the Notes. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained. That, the Board of Finance may by resolu- 
tion approve the renewal, restructuring, extension or modification of the terms of 
the Notes, without the formal issuance of refunding notes, ayid with the benefit of 
the terms of this Ordinance, provided such action is otherwise consistent with the 
terms of this Ordinance. In connection with the issuance of the Notes, the City 
may find it necessary or appropriate to purchase the Notes and hold them for 
resale rather than to have such purchase serve as redemption of the Notes. The 
Board uf Finance may provide for such purchase, include any appropriate provi- 
sion in the form of Note to that effect, and provide that purchase of the Notes by 
the City shall not be deemed a redemption unless otherwise indicated by the City 
by cancellation of the Note or otherwise. 

Sei: II. And be it further ordained. That the Board of Finance may, prior to 
the implementation of any financing program described herein, select and retain 
legal counsel to assist in the establishment of the program and to perform such 
services as are necessary or desirable in connection therewith. 



314 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 406 

Slv. 12. And he it further ordained, That, the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provisions, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held il- 
legal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances 
such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutioyiality, or inapplicability shall not af- 
fect or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, or 
parts of this Ordinance or its application to other persons or circumstances. It is 
hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been 
adopted if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provisions, sentence, clause, 
section or part had not been included herein, and if the person or circumstances 
to which this Ordinance or any part thereof is inapplicable had been specifically 
exempted herefrom. 

Sec. 13. And be it further ordained, That, this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. " 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That, the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held il- 
legal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances 
such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections or parts of 
this Ordinance or its application to other persons or circumstances. It is hereby 
declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been adopted 
if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, section or 
part had not been included herein, and if the person of circumstances to which 
this Ordinance or any part thereof is inapplicable had been specifically exempted 
herefrom. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



-Approvfil .lune 24. liKSo 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFLK. M< 



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i\(). 4()*i 
(Council No. T.SO) 

. AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ZONING -APPROVAL FOR CONDITIONAL USE 

DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT WITH A DRIVE THROUGH WINDOW 

6219-23 BELAIR ROAD 

FOR the purpose of gi-anting permission for the establishment, maintenance 
and operation of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the 
properties known as 6219-23 Belair Road, as outlined in red on the AMEND- 
ED plats accompanying this ordinance. 



ORDINANCES 315 

BY authority of 
Article 30 -Zoning 
Sections 6.3-ld and 11.0-6d 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
permission is hereby granted for the establishment, maintenance and operation 
of a drive-in restaurant with a drive through window on the properties known as 
6219-23 Belair Road, as outlined in red on the AMENDED plats accompanying 
this ordinance, under the provisions of Sections 6.3-ld and 11.0-6d of Article 30 
of the Baltimore City Code (1983 -Replacement Volume, as amended) title 
"Zoning". 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That upon passage of this ordinance by the 
City Council, as evidence of the authenticity of the plat which is a part hereof and 
in order to give notice to the departments which are administering the Zoning 
Ordinance, the President of the City Council shall sign the plat and when the 
Mayor approves the ordinance, he shall sign the plat. The Director of Finance 
shall then transmit a copy of the ordinance anc^ one of the plats to the following: 
the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Com- 
missioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the 
Zoning Administrator. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 

•Approved June 24, 198;") 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 407 
(Council No. 710) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET-OPENING A 20 FOOT ALLEY EXTENDING FROM 

ROCKROSE AVENUE NORTHWESTERLY TO THE END THEREOF AN© 

LYING WITHIN THE COLDSPRING URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT. 

FOR the purpose of condemning and opening a 20 foot alley extending from 
Rockrose Avenue, Northwesterly 133.4 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and lying witiiin th e ar e a of th e Coldapring Urban R e n e wal Proj ec t in accord- 
ance with a plat thereof numbered 323-A-6D, prepared by the Surveys and 
Records Division and filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on 
the Eighteenth (18th) day of May, 1983. 

BY authority of 
Article I -General Provisions 
Section - 4 



316 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 407 

Article II -General Provisions 

Sections -2, 34, 35 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and open a 20 foot alley extending from Rockrose Avenue, North- 
westerly 133.4 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and lying within th e ar e a of 
th e Coldapring Urban R e n e wal Proj e ct the alley hereby directed to be con- 
demned for said opening being described as follows: 

Beginnmg for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the north- 
west side of Rockrose Avenue, 50 feet wide, and the northeast side of a 20 foot 
alley, said point of beginning being distant 125 feet southwesterly measured 
along the northwest side of said Rockrose Avenue from the southwest side of 
Maiden Avenue, 50 feet wide and running thence binding on the northwest 
side of said Rockrose Avenue, South 70°-03'-20" West 20 feet, more 
or less, to intersect the southwest side of said 20 foot alley; thence binding on 
the southwest side of said 20 foot alley, Northwesterly 133.3 feet, more or 
less, to the northwesternmost extremity of said 20 foot alley; thence binding 
on the northwesternmost extremity of said 20 foot alley, Northeasterly 20 
feet, more or less, to the northeast side of said 20 foot alley and thence binding 
on the northeast side of said 20 foot alley, Southeasterly 133.5 feet, more or 
less, to the place of beginning. 

the said 20 foot alley as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 323-A-6D which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Eighteenth (18th) day of 
May, in the year 1983, and is now on file in said Office. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and opening of said 20 foot 
alley and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected thereby, 
shall be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable provisions 
of Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all 
amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly of 
Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved .lune 24. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFLK. M,n/nr. 



ORDINANCES 317 

No. 408 
(Council No. 711) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

CITY STREET -CLOSING A 20 FOOT ALLEY EXTENDING FROM 

ROCKROSE AVENUE NORTHWESTERLY TO THE END THEREOF AN© 

LYING WITIII^^ THE COLDGPRING URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT. 

FOR the purpose of condemning and closing a 20 foot alley extending from 
Rockrose Avenue, Northwesterly 133.4 feet, more or less, to the end thereof 
and lying within the area of the Coldapring Urban Ren e wal Proj e ct in accord- 
ance with a plat thereof numbered 323-A-6E, prepared by the Surveys and 
Records Division and filed in the Office of the Department of Public Works, on 
the Eighteenth (18th) day of May, 1983. 

BY authority of 
Article I -General Provisions 
Section -4 

Article II -General Provisions 
Sections-2, 34, 35 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision, as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
the Department of Public Works be, and they are hereby authorized and directed 
to condemn and close a 20 foot alley extending from Rockrose Avenue, North- 
westerly 133.4 feet, more or less, to the end thereof and lying within th e ar e a o f 
th e Coldapring Urban R e n e wal Proj e ct the alley hereby directed to be con- 
demned for said closing being described as follows: 

Beginning for the same at the point formed by the intersection of the north- 
west side of Rockrose Avenue, 50 feet wide, and the northeast side of a 20 foot 
alley, said point of beginning being distant 125 feet southwesterly measured 
along the northwest side of said Rockrose Avenue from the southwest side of 
Maiden Avenue, 50 feet wide and running thence binding on the northwest 
side of said Rockrose Avenue, South 70°-03'-20" West 20 feet, more 
or less, to intersect the southwest side of said 20 foot alley; thence binding on 
the southwest side of said 20 foot alley, Northwesterly 133.3 feet, more or 
less, to the northvvesternmost extremity of said 20 foot alley; thence binding 
on the northwesternmost extremity of said 20 foot alley, northeasterly 20 
feet, more or less, to the northeast side of said 20 foot alley and thence binding 
on the northeast side of said 20 foot alley. Southeasterly 133.5 feet, more or 
less, to the place of beginning. 

the said 20 foot alley as directed to be condemned being more particularly 
described and referred to among the Land Records of Baltimore City and 
delineated and particularly shown on a plat numbered 323-A-6E which was filed 
in the Office of the Department of Public Works on the Eighteenth (18th) day of 
May. in the year 1983, and is now on file in said Office. 



318 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 408 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 
shall be and continue to be the property of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, in fee simple, until the use thereof shall be abandoned by the Mayor 
and City Council of Baltimore, and in the event that any person, firm or corpora- 
tion shall desire to remove, alter or interfere therewith, such person, firm or cor- 
poration shall first obtain permission and permits therefor from the Mayor and 
City Council of Baltimore, and shall in the application for such permission and 
permits agree to pay all costs and charges of every kind and nature made 
necessary by such removal, alteration or interference. 

Sec. 3. Ayid be it further ordained, That no buildings or structures of any kind 
shall be constructed or erected in said portion of said highway or highways after 
the same shall have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance until the 
subsurface structures and appurtenances now owned by the Mayor and City 
Council of Baltimore, over which said buildings or structures are proposed to be 
constructed or erected shall have been abandoned or shall have been removed 
and relaid in accordance with the specifications and under the direction of the 
Director of Public Works of Baltimore City, and at the expense of the person or 
persons or body corporate desiring to erect such buildings or structures. Railroad 
tracks shall be taken to be "structures" within the meaning of this section. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained, That after said highway or highways shall 
have been closed under the provisions of this Ordinance, all subsurface struc- 
tures and appurtenances owned by any person, firm or corporation, other than 
the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, shall upon notice from the Director of 
Public Works of Baltimore City, be promptly removed by and at the expense of 
the said owners. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That on and after the closing of said 
highway or highways, the said Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, acting 
through its duly authorized representatives, shall, at all times, have access to 
said property and to all subsurface structures and appurtenances used by it 
therein, for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, repair, alteration, reloca- 
tion, and/or replacement, of any or all of said structures and appurtenances, and 
this without permission from or compensation to the owner or owners of said 
land. 

Sec. 6. .4/^/ be it further ordained, That the proceedings of said Department of 
Public Works with reference to the condemnation and closing of said 20 foot alley 
and the proceedings and rights of all parties interested or affected thereby, shall 
be regulated by, and be in accordance with, any and all applicable provisions of 
Article 4 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland and the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision) as amended to July 1, 1973 and any and all 
amendments thereto, and any and all other Acts of the General Assembly of 
Maryland, and any and all ordinances of the Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore, and any and all rules or regulations in effect which have been adopted 
by the Director of Public Works and filed with the Department of Legislative 
Reference. 



ORDINANCES 319 

Skc. 7. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 198; 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor 



No. 409 
(Council No. 726) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

IMPOUNDING AREA - 
FREDERICK STREET 

FOR the purpose of adding the east side of Frederick Street, from Water Street 
to Baltimore Street, to the list of impounding areas, 

BY adding 
Article 31 -Transit and Traffic 
Section 106(6a) 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 31 -TRANSIT AND TRAFFIC 
Impounding Areas 
106. F Streets 
(6a) Frcdtrick Street, east side, from Water Street to Baltimore Street. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 

AjiprovtHl June 24. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



320 ORDINANCES Old. No. 409 

No. 410 
(Council No. 7()2) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

REPEAL OF RESERVED PARKING ORDINANCE 
MCHENRY STREET 

FOR the purpose of repealing Ordinance No. 596, 1977 which provided for 
reserved parking on the south side of McHenry Street. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
Ordinance No. 596, approved December 16, 1977, is hereby repealed and the 
reserved parking on the south side of McHenry Street near Harmison Street 
therein provided, is hereby rescinded. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
date of its enactment. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFKK. May, 



No. 411 
(Council No. 'i(VA) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

IMPOUNDING AREA -BROADWAY 

FOR the purpose of designating the east side of Broadway, from Thames Street 
to a point south of Thames Street, as an impounding area. 

BY adding 

Article 31 -Transit and Traffic 

Section 102(6) 

Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement \'olume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 31 -TRANSIT AND TRAFFIC 
Impounding Areab 
102. B. Streets. 



ORDINANCES 321 

(6) Broadway, east side, from Thames Street to a point 225' south of Thames 
Street. 

Sec. 2. A nd be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day after the date of its enactment. 



Ajjproved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayo, 



No. 412 

(Council No. 784) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING 
AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary special fund appropriation in 
the amount of Two Million Seven Hundred Thirty Three Thousand Seven Hun- 
dred Dollars ($2,733,700) to the Department of Housing and Community 
Development to complete certain capital improvement projects included in the 
Federal Community Development Block Grant Progi'am for Baltimore City 
(Year X). 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(hX2) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated represents a grant from a public source (ad- 
ditional progi-am income) to the Community Development Block Grant Program 
for Year X which could not be expected with reasonable certainty at the time of 
the formulation of the 1985 Ordinance of Estimates; and 

Whereas, the additional sum herein appropriated is to be spent to complete 
capital improvements on projects previously approved; and 

Whereas, this supplementary special fund appropriation has been recom- 
mended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates at a regular meeting of the 
Board held on the 8th day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX2) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended); now therefore, 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX2) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City, the sum of Two Million Seven Hundred Thirty Three 
Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($2,733,700) shall be made available to the 
Department of Housing and Community Development of the City of Baltimore as 
a supplementary special fund appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 



322 ORDINANCES Old. No. 412 

1985 for the purpose of completing capital improvements included in the Federal 
Community Development Block Grant Program for Baltimore City (Year X), 
provided that said sum shall be added to the following approved projects in the 
following amounts: 

Emergency Demolition $ 367,300 

Fells Point 60,700 

Franklin Square 61,000 

Middle East 96,700 

Poppleton 482,700 

Relocation and Property Management 1,248,300 

Washington Hill-Chapel 150,000 

Washington Village 177,000 

Economic Development (HCD) 90,000 

The amount hereby made available as a supplementary special fund appropria- 
tion shall be expended from the described federal grant money (program 
income); said sum being specifically allotted to the Mayor and City Council for 
this purpose; and these funds shall be the source of revenue for this supplemen- 
tary special fund appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Ajjproved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. M, 



ujtir 



No. 413 
(Council No. 822) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION - 
MAYORALTY -CONVENTION COMPLEX 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund operating appro- 
priation in the amount of One Hundred Forty-two Thousand Five Hundred 
Dollars ($142,500) to the Convention Complex to be used for minor im- 
provements in certain areas in the Civic Center. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hXl) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WnEKK.\s, the money appropriated herein represents revenue derived from 
rentals at the Convention Complex in excess of the revenue estimated and relied 



ORDINANCES 323 

upon by the Board of Estimates in deternnining the tax levy required to balance 
the budget for the current fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for 
appropriation to the Convention Complex in the current fiscal year, as provided 
in Article VI, Section 2(hXl) of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City, as 
amended; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund operating appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 22nd day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hXl) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hXl) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Hundred Forty-two Thou- 
sand Five Hundred Dollars ($142,500) shall be made available to the Convention 
Complex of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund operating 
appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of minor 
improvements of certain areas in the Civic Center. The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from revenue derived from rentals at the Convention Complex in excess 
of the amount from this source which was estimated and relied upon by the 
Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget 
for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said rentals shall be the source of 
revenue for this supplementary general fund operating appropriation, as re- 
quired by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approveil June 24. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor. 



324 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 414 

No. 414 
(Council No. 823) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION - 
MAYORALTY - CONVENTION COMPLEX 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund operating appro- 
priation in the amount of On e Hundr e d Forty - two Thuusand Five Hundr e d 
Dollars ($142,500) TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-FOUR THOUSAND FOUR 
HUNDRED DOLLARS ($254,400) to the Convention Complex to be used for 
minor improv e m e nts in c e rtain ar e as in th e Civic C e nt e r. OTHER ADDI- 
TIONAL OPERATING EXPENSES IN THE CONVENTION CENTER. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hXl) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whlkeas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue derived from 
rentals at the Convention Complex in excess of the revenue estimated and relied 
upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance 
the budget for the current fiscal year, and said money is therefore available for 
appropriation to the Convention Complex in the current fiscal year, as provided 
in Article \'I, Section 2(hXl) of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City, as 
amended; and 

Whekeas, the supplementary general fund operating appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board t)f Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 22nd day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hKl) of 
said Charter. 

Sectio.n 1. Be it orJdined by the Mnyor and City Cnuncil of Baltiimur, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hKl) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of O n e Hundred Forty - two Thuu - 
a a nvl Fiv e Hundr e d Dollar:; ($142,500) TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-FOUR THOU- 
SAND FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS ($254,400) shall be made available to the 
Convention Complex of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund 
• operating appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose 
of minor improv e m e nts of c e rtain ar e as in th e Civic C e nt e r. OTHER ADDI- 
TIONAL OPERATING EXPENSES IN THE CONVENTION CENTER. The 
amount tlius made available as a supplementary general fund operating ap- 
propriation shall be expended from revenue derived from rentals at the Conven- 
tion Complex in excess of the amount from this source which was estimated and 
relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to 
balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said rentals shall 
be the source of revenue for this supi)lementary general fund operating ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revisioji as amended). 



ORDINANCES 325 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



A|)|)roved June 24, li)85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 415 
(Council No. 824) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND CAPITAL APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS-GENERAL SERVICES 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund capital appro- 
priation in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($1,500,000) to the Department of Public Works -General Services to be used 
for an asbestos abatement project in Walbrook High School #411. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(hX3) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.^s, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Property Transfer Tax imposed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue 
estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy 
required to balance the budget for the fiscal year 1985 and is therefore available 
for appropriation to the Department of Public Works -General Services pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Wheke.\s, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Wheke.as, the supplementary general fund capital appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 22nd day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Million Five Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) shall be made available to the Department of 
Public Works -General Services of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary 
general fund capital appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for 



326 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 416 

the purpose of an asbestos abatement project in Walbrook High School #411. The 
amount thus made available as a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion shall be expended from revenue produced by the Property Transfer Tax im- 
posed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue estimated and relied upon by 
the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the 
budget for the fiscal year 1985; and said funds from said Property Transfer Tax 
shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund capital ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision as amended). 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLlAxM DONALD SCHAEFER. M 



nn>r. 



No. 416 
(Council No. 825) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND CAPITAL APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS-GENERAL SERVICES 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion in the amount of Fifty-one Thousand Dollars ($51,000) to the Department 
of Public Works -General Services to be used for an asbestos abatement proj- 
ect in Greenspring Middle School #82. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WntKEA.s, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Property Transfer Tax imposed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue 
estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy 
required to balance the budget for the fiscal year 1985 and is therefore available 
for appropriation to the Department of Public Works -General Services pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whkkeas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hK3) of said Charter; and 

Whkkeas, the supplementary general fund capital appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 



ORDINANCES 327 

said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 22nd day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Fifty-one Thousand Dollars 
($51,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works -General 
Services of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund capital ap- 
propriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of an 
asbestos abatement project in Greenspring Middle School #82. The amount thus 
made available as a supplementary general fund capital appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from revenue produced by the Property Transfer Tax imposed by 
Baltimore City in excess of the revenue estimated and relied upon by the Board 
of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 
fiscal year 1985; and said funds from said Property Transfer Tax shall be the 
source of revenue for this supplementary general fund capital appropriation, as 
required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Muyt 



No. 417 
(Council No. 82()) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND CAPITAL APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS-GENERAL SERVICES 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion in the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) to the Department of 
Public Works -General Services to be used for an asbestos abatement project 
in Eutaw-Mashburn Elementary School #11. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Property Transfer Tax imposed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue 
estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy 
re(iuired to balance the budget for the fiscal year 1985 and is therefore available 



328 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 417 

for appropriation to the Department of Public Works -General Services pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the additional sum appropriated herein is for a new program 
included in the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary 
by a material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund capital appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 22nd day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars 
($10,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works-General 
Services of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund capital ap- 
propriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of an 
asbestos abatement project in Eutaw-Mashburn Elementary School #11. The 
amount thus made available as a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion shall be expended from revenue produced by the Property Transfer Tax im- 
posed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue estimated and relied upon by 
the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the 
budget for the fiscal year 1985; and said funds from said Property Transfer Tax 
shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund capital ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Ajiprovt^d June 24, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLR. M,u/"r. 



ORDINANCES 329 

No. 418 
(Council No. 827) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND CAPITAL APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS-GENERAL SERVICES 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion in the amount of Two Hundred Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($225,000) 
to the Department of Public Works -General Services to be used for asbestos 
abatement project in North Western High School #401. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Property Transfer Tax imposed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue 
estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy 
required to balance the budget for the fiscal year 1985 and is therefore available 
for appropriation to the Department of Public Works -General Services pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund capital appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 22nd day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Two Hundred Twenty-five 
Thousand Dollars ($225,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public 
Works -General Services of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general 
fund capital appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the pur- 
pose of asbestos abatement project in North Western High School #401. The 
amount thus made available as a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion shall be expended from revenue produced by the Property Transfer Tax im- 
posed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue estimated and relied upon by 
the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the 
budget for the fiscal year 1985; and said funds from said Property Transfer Tax 
shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund capital ap- 
propriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter 
(1964 Revision as amended). 



330 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 419 

Stc. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
tlie date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, li)85 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFLK, M, 



'.'/'""• 



No. 41i) 
(Council No. 828) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND CAPITAL APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- GENERAL SERVICES 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion in the amount of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000) to the 
Department of Public Works -General Services to be used for asbestos 
removal and reinsulation for the Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Cour*^ House. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Property Transfer Tax imposed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue 
estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy 
required to balance the budget for the fiscal year 1985 and is therefore available 
for appropriation to the Department of Public Works -General Services pur- 
suant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the sum appropriated herein is for a new program which could not 
reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed Ordinance 
of Estimates for the 1985 fiscal year, in accordance with Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund capital appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said reconmiendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 22nd day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Three Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($300,000) shall be made available to the Dejiarlment of Public 
Works -General Services of the City of Baltimore as a sui)plementary general 
fund capital appropriation for tlie fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the pur- 



I 



ORDINANCES 331 

pose of asbestos removal and reinsulation for the Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Court 
House. The amount thus made available as a supplementary general fund capital 
appropriation shall be expended from revenue produced by the Property 
Transfer Tax imposed by Baltimore City in excess of the revenue estimated and 
relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to 
balance the budget for the fiscal year 1985; and said funds from said Property 
Transfer Tax shall be the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund 
capital appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City 
Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 420 
(Council No. 843) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
OFFICE OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND SAFETY TO 
BOARD OF ESTIMATES (HEALTH & WELFARE GRANTS) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) from the Office of Occupa- 
tional Medicine and Safety to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare 
Grants) to be used by the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) for 
additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(i) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.as, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $100,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Office of Occupational Medicine and Safety operating programs in the fiscal 1985 
Ordinance of Estimates, and said $100,000 is not needed for the purpose for which 
appropriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whehe.^s, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein has 
been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said recommen- 



332 ORDINANCES Old. No. 421 

dation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th day of May, 
1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended). 

Section \. Be it ordaiiied by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($100,000) contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund 
operating appropriation for the Office of Occupational Medicine and Safety shall 
be transferred to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of 
Baltimore City. The amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates 
(Health and Welfare Grants) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation shall be used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFEK. M,u 



No. 421 
(Council No. 844) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
JAIL TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES (HEALTH AND WELFARE GRANTS) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) from the Jail to 
the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) to be used by the Board 
of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) for additional operating expenses 
made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 
• Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $250,000 was appropriated from general funils for tlie 
Jail operating progi'ams in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates, and said 



ORDINANCES 333 

$250,000 is not needed for the purpose for which appropriated and is therefore 
available for the use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th 
day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars 
($250,000) contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund 
operating appropriation for the Jail shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 422 
(Council No. 845) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
LAW DEPARTMENT TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(HEALTH & WELFARE GRANTS) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000) from the Law Department to the 
Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) to be used by the Board of 
Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) for additional operating expenses 
made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(i) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 



334 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 423 

Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

WnKKEAS, the sum of $40,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Law Department operating programs in the fiscal 1^85 Ordinance of Estimates, 
and said $40,000 is not needed for the purpose for which appropriated and is 
therefore available for the use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th 
day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Law Department shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall Lake effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 198; 



W ILIJAM DONALD SCHALFKK. .\/<///..,-. 



No. 423 
(C\.uiKil N'.>. 846) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
MUNICIPAL MARKETS ADMINISTRATION TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(HEALTH & WELFARE GRANTS) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) from the Municipal Markets Ad- 
ministration to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) to be used 
by the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) for additional 
operating expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 



ORDINANCES 335 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(i) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of ah ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $50,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Municipal Markets Administration operating programs in the fiscal 1985 
Ordinance of Estimates, and said $50,000 is not needed for the purpose for which 
appropriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th 
day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Municipal Markets Administration shall be transferred to the 
Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of Baltimore City. The amount 
thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Apjirovt'd June 24. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SC:HAEFER, May<,r. 



336 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 424 

No. 424 

(Council No. 847) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
CIRCUIT COURT FOR BALTIMORE CITY TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(HEALTH & WELFARE GRANTS) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) from the Circuit Court for 
Baltimore City to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) to be 
used by the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) for additional 
operating expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.\s, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $30,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Circuit Court for Baltimore City operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance 
of Estimates, and said $30,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Where.xs, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29ih 
day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City CoiDtcil of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City shall be transferred to the 
Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of Baltimore City. The amount 
thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further urdained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the (late of its passage. 

Appi-ovtMJ June 24. 19cSr) 

WILLIA.M DONALD SCIlALFKIi. M<i>i,>r. 



ORDINANCES 337 

No. 425 
(Council No. 848) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(HEALTH AND WELFARE GRANTS) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of One Hundred Thirty-seven Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars 
($137,900) from the Department of Finance to the Board of Estimates (Health 
and Welfare Grants) to be used by the Board of Estimates (Health and 
Welfare Grants) for additional operating expenses made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(i) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $137,900 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Department of Finance operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $137,900 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th 
day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of One Hundred Thirty-seven Thousand 
Nine Hundred Dollars ($137,900) contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates as a general fund operating appropriation for the Department of 
Finance shall be transferred to the Board of Estimates (Health and Welfare 
Grants) of Baltimore City. The amount thus made available to the Board of 
Estimates (Health and Welfare Grants) of Baltimore City as a general fund 
operating appropriation shall be used for additional operating expenses made 
necessary by a material change in circumstances. 



338 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 426 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFLK. May 



No. 426 
(Council No. 849) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000) from the Health 
Department to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be 
used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.as, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $300,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Health Department operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $300,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th 
day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($300,000) contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund 



ORDINANCES 339 

operating appropriation for the Health Departnnent shall be transferred to the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The 
amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General 
Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be 
used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in 
circumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved June 24, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 

No. 427 
(Council No. 850) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
DEPARTMENT OF COMPTROLLER TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of T\venty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) from the Department of 
Comptroller to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be 
used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WnERtAS, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whlkeas, the sum of $25,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Department of Comptroller operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $25,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whekeas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th 



340 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 428 

day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) 
contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating 
appropriation for the Department of the Comptroller shall be transferred to the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The 
amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General 
Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be 
used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in 
circumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24. 19Sf 



Villi AM doxald schaefer. Mam 



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No. 428 
(Council No. 851) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
CONVENTION COMPLEX TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) from the Convention Com- 
plex to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be used by 
the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for additional 
operating expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.as, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $25,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Convention Complex operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 



ORDINANCES 341 

Estimates, and said $25,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 29th 
day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) 
contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating 
appropriation for the Convention Complex shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor 



No. 429 
(Council No. 857) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND OPERATING 
APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund operating appro- 
priation in the amount of Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($2,500,000) to the Department of Education to be used for additional 
operating expenses in Program 401 (Instruction). 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hK3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WnEKEAS, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Property Transfer Tax and the Recordation Tax imposed by Baltimore City, in 
excess of the amounts from these sources estimated and relied upon by the Board 



342 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 429 

of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 
1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for appropriation to the Department 
of Education pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund operating appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 29th day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section \. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Two Million Five Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) shall be made available to the Department of 
Education of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund operating 
appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of addi- 
tional operating expenses in Program 401 (Instruction). The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from revenue derived from the Property Transfer Tax ($1,000,000) and 
the Recordation Tax ($1,500,000) imposed by Baltimore City, in excess of the 
amounts from these sources which were estimated and relied upon the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 
1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said Property Transfer Tax and Recorda- 
tion Tax shall be the sources of revenue for this supplementary general fund 
operating appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore 
City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Aiiproved June 24, 198') 

WlLLl.XM DONALD SC'IIAKFKK. Mann,-. 



ORDINANCES 343 

No. 430 
(Council No. 858) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND OPERATING 
APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund operating appro- 
priation in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars 
($1,500,000) to the Department of Public Works to be used for additional 
operating expenses in Program 516 (Solid Waste Disposal). 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(hX3) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Utility Tax-Telephone, Penalties and Interest, and Principal on Commercial 
Rehabilitation, all in excess of the amounts from these sources estimated and 
relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to 
balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of Ar- 
ticle VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended); and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund operating appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 29lh day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Million Five Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) shall be made available to the Department of 
Public Works of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund operating 
appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of addi- 
tional operating expenses in Program 516 (Solid Waste Disposal). The amount 
thus made available as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation 
shall be expended from revenue derived from the Utility Tax-Telephone 
($300,000), Penalties and Interest ($700,000), and Principal on Commercial 
Rehabilitation ($500,000), all in excess of the amounts from these sources which 
were estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax 



344 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 431 

levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds from 
said Utility Tax-Telephone, Penalties and Interest, and Principal on Commercial 
Rehabilitation shall be the sources of revenue for this supplementary general 
fund operating appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mu 



nor. 



No. 431 
(Council No. 859) 



AN ORDINANCE concerning 



SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND OPERATING 
APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund operating appro- 
priation in the amount of Six Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($650,000) to 
the Department of Public Works to be used for additional operating expenses 
in Progi'am 193 (Public Building Management). 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.as, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Hotel Tax, Tax Sale Fees, and Unclaimed Property Proceeds, all in excess of the 
amounts from these sources estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates 
in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal 
year, and is therefore available for appropriation to the Department of Public 
Works pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore 
City Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Wheke.^s, the additional sum here appropriated is for a progi-am included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whekeas, the supplementary general fund operating appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 29th day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article \'I, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 



ORDINANCES 345 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Six Hundred Fifty Thousand 
Dollars ($650,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works of 
the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of additional operating 
expenses in Program 193 (Public Building Management). The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from revenue derived from the Hotel Tax ($350,000), Tax Sale Fees 
($250,000), and Unclaimed Property Proceeds ($50,000), all in excess of the 
amounts from these sources which were estimated and relied upon the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 
1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said Hotel Tax, Tax Sale Fees, and 
Unclaimed Property Proceeds shall be the sources of revenue for this supplemen- 
tary general fund operating appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of 
the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec, 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Muyi 



No. 432 
(Council No. 860) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND OPERATING 
APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund operating appro- 
priation in the amount of One Million Nine Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars 
($1,950,000) to the Department of Public Works to be used for additional 
operating expenses in Program 196 (Special Services). 

BY authority of 
Article VI - Board of Estimates 
Section 2(hX3) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Lotto Game, Earnings on Investments, Utility Tax-Electricity, and Rental of 
City Property, all in excess of the amounts from these sources estimated and 
relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to 
balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and is therefore available for ap- 
propriation to the Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of 



346 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 432 

Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the Baltimore City Charter, (1964 Revision as 
amended); and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a proj^am included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund operating appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 29th day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of One Million Nine Hundred 
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,950,000) shall be made available to the Department 
of Public Works of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund 
operating appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose 
of additional operating expenses in Program 196 (Special Services). The amount 
thus made available as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation 
shall be expended from revenue derived from the Lotto Game ($440,000), Earn- 
ings of Investments ($900,000), Utility Tax-Electricity ($550,000), and Rental of 
City Property ($60,000), all in excess of the amounts from these sources which 
were estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax 
levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds from 
said Lotto Game, Earnings on Investments, Utility Tax-Electricity, and Rental 
of City Property shall be the sources of revenue for this supplementary general 
fund operating appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved -Iuik- 24. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHALFKU. M<ni'»: 



ORDINANCES 347 

No. 433 
(Council No. 861) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND OPERATING 
APPROPRIATION -DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund operating appro- 
priation in the amount of Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($400,000) to the 
Department of Public Works to be used for additional operating expenses in 
Program 515 (Solid Waste Collection). 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(hX3) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.as, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by 
Private Refuse Disposal Fees in excess of the revenue estimated and relied upon 
by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the 
budget for the fiscal year 1985 and is therefore available for appropriation to the 
Department of Public Works pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 
2(hX3) of the 1964 revised Charter of Baltimore City, as amended; and 

Whekeas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a program included in 
the current principal Ordinance of Estimates and is made necessary by a 
material change in circumstances since the formulation and adoption of such 
Ordinance, in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whekeas, the supplementary general fund operating appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 29th day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Four Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($400,000) shall be made available to the Department of Public Works of 
the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of additional operating 
expenses in Program 515 (Solid Waste Collection). The amount thus made 
available as a supplementary general fund operating appropriation shall be ex- 
pended from revenue produced by Private Refuse Disposal Fees in excess of the 
amount from this source which were estimated and relied upon by the Board of 
Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 
1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said Private Refuse Disposal Fees shall be 
the source of revenue for this supplementary general fund operating appropria- 
tion, as required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 
Revision as amended). 



348 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 434 

Sk(\ 2. And be it further ordained. That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24. HiSf) 



WILLIAM DONALD SCllAKFLK, Mai/ur. 



No. 434 
(Council No. 8(13) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND CAPITAL APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND PARKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund capital appro- 
priation in the amount of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) to the 
Department of Recreation and Parks to be used for the animal exhibit at the 
Baltimore City Zoo. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hX3) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

VVhekk.as, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Memorial Stadium and Rental of City Property in excess of the amounts from 
these sources estimated and relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determin- 
ing the tax levy required to balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year, and said 
money is therefore available for appropriation to the Department of Recreation 
and Parks pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended); and 

Whereas, the additional sum here appropriated is for a new program which 
could not reasonably be anticipated at the time of formulation of the proposed 
Ordinance of Estimates for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, in accordance 
with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of said Charter; and 

Whereas, the supplementary general fund captial appropriation ordained 
herein has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 29th day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of 
said Charter. 

Section 1, Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hX3) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Two Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($200,000) shall be made available to the Department of Recreation and 
Parks of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund capital appro- 



ORDINANCES 349 

priation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of the animal 
exhibit at the Baltimore City Zoo. The amount thus made available as a sup- 
plementary general fund capital appropriation shall be expended from revenue 
derived from the Memorial Stadium ($140,000) and Rental of City Property 
($60,000), in excess of the amounts from these sources which were estimated and 
relied upon by the Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to 
balance the budget for the 1985 fiscal year; and said funds from said Memorial 
Stadium and Rental of City Property shall be the sources of revenue for this sup- 
plementary general fund capital appropriation, as required by Article VI, Section 
2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



A|)pr()ved Jujie 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor 



No. 435 
(Council No. 879) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL FUND CAPITAL APPROPRIATION - 
DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND PARKS 

FOR the purpose of providing a supplementary general fund capital appropri- 
ation in the amount of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000) to the 
Department of Recreation and Parks to be used for improvements at the 
Memorial Stadium. 

BY authority of 

Article YI- Board of Estimates 

Section 2(hXl) 

Baltimore City Charier (1964 Revision as amended) 

WiiKKEAS, the money appropriated herein represents revenue produced by the 
Memorial Stadium in excess of the revenue estimated and relied upon by the 
Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget 
for the fiscal year 1985 and is therefore available for appropriation to the Depart- 
ment of Recreation and Parks pursuant to the provisions of Article VI, Section 
2(hXl) of said Charter; and 

WiiEKKA.s, the supplementary general fund (capital appropriation ordained 
herein has been reconmiended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, 
said recommendation having been made at a regular meeting of said Board held 
on the 29th day of May, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(hKl) of 
said Charter. 



350 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 436 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(hXl) of the 1964 revision of the 
Charter of Baltimore City as amended, the sum of Three Hundred Thousand 
Dollars ($300,000) shall be made available to the Department of Recreation and 
Parks of the City of Baltimore as a supplementary general fund capital appropria- 
tion for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1985, for the purpose of improvements at 
the Memorial Stadium. The amount thus made available as a supplementary 
general fund capital appropriation shall be expended from revenue produced by 
the Memorial Stadium in excess of the revenue estimated and relied upon by the 
Board of Estimates in determining the tax levy required to balance the budget 
for the fiscal year 1985; and said funds from said Memorial Stadium shall be the 
source of revenue for this supplementary general fund capital appropriation, as 
required by Article VI, Section 2 of the Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as 
amended). 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Apjiroved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFKK. M> 



'.'/'"■ 



N(.. 436 
(Council No. 881) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
CIRCUIT COURT FOR BALTIMORE CITY TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fumi operating appropriation in the 
amount of Four Thousand Dollars ($4,000) from the Circuit Court for 
Baltimore City to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to 
be used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellanet>us General Expense) for adtli- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

*BY authority of 

Article \'I- Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WnEKEA.^, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 



ORDINANCES 351 

Whereas, the sum of $4,000 was appropriated from general funds for the Cir- 
cuit Court for Baltimore City operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $4,000 is not needed for the purpose for which appropriated 
and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whekeas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with the Article VI, Section 2(i) of the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltinwre, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Four Thousand Dollars ($4,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City shall be transferred to the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The 
amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General 
Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be 
used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in 
circumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Appr«)ved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEI'^ER, Mayor. 



No. 437 
(Council No. 882) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) from the Civil Service Commis- 
sion to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be used by 
the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for additional 
operating expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 



352 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 437 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

WiiEHEAS, the sum of $30,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Civil Service Commission operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $30,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with the Article VI, Section 2(i) of the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
pro{)riation for the Civil Service Commission shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved -June 24. 19cS5 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAKFKK. Ma_>f<>r. 



ORDINANCES 353 

No. 438 

(Council No. 883) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
DEPARTMENT OF COMPTROLLER TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of IVenty-Three Thousand Dollars ($23,000) from the Department of 
Comptroller to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be 
used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(i) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whekeas, the sum of $23,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Department of Comptroller operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $23,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
(Jay of June, 1985, all in accordance with the Article VI, Section 2(i) of the 
Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sectki.n 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Twenty -Three Thousand Dollars 
($23,000) contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund 
operating appropriation for the Department of Comptroller shall be transferred 
to the Buard of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. 
The amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous 
General Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation 
shall be used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material 
change in circumstances. 

Se( . 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 

the (late of its passage. 

Approval JuiK' 24, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFER, Mayi>r. 



354 ORDINANCES Orel. No. 439 

No. 431) 
(Council No. 884) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
CONVENTION COMPLEX TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) from the Convention Complex to 
the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be used by the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for additional operating 
expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WntKEAS, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $10,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Convention Complex operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $10,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5lh 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article V^I, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Convention Complex shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2, And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Api)i-»)\c'(l June 24, 1985 

W ILIJAM DONALD SCIIAEFLK, Mnyur. 



ORDINANCES 355 

No. 440 
(Council No. 885) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) from the Department of Finance 
to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be used by the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for additional operating 
expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(i) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $30,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Department of Finance operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $30,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

SuTiDN 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Department of Finance shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be itfurlfwr ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Apprc.vt'd June 21, 198.") 

WILLIAM DONALD SCllAEFER. Mayor. 



356 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 441 

No. 441 
(Council No. 88(5) 
AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
BALTIMORE CITY JAIL TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000) from the Baltimore City Jail to 
the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be used by the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for additional operating 
expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.as, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Wheke.as, the sum of $40,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Baltimore City Jail operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $40,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Wheke.as, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5lh 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars ($40,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Baltimore City Jail shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

.Appfovt'ij June 24. 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIALFKK. Mnyr. 



ORDINANCES 357 

No. 442 

(Council No. 887) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
LAW DEPARTMENT TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) from the Law Department to 
the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be used by the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for additional operating 
expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WntKEAS, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained, in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $15,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Law Department operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates, 
and said $15,000 is not needed for the purpose for which appropriated and is 
therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sectio.n 1. Be it ordai)ied by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of 1< irteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Law Department shall be transferred to the Board of 
Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further urduined, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Apjuoved .June 24, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCIIAEFER, Mayor. 



358 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 443 

No. 443 
(Council No. iii^H) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL RESEARCH TO 
BOARD OF ESTIMATES (MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Twelve Thousand Dollars ($12,000) from the Office of Intergovern- 
mental Research to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) 
to be used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for ad- 
ditional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Where.\s, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $12,000 was appropriated from general funds for the Of- 
fice of Intergovernmental Research operating progi-ams in the fiscal 1985 
Ordinance of Estimates, and said $12,000 is not needed for the purpose for which 
appropriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article \'I, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

SeiTIo.n 1. Be it ordai)ied by the Mayor and City Council of Baltiniure, That 
under the provisions of Article \'I, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Twelve Thousand Dollars ($12,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
pi-upriation for the Office of Intergovernmental Research shall be transferred to 
the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) c»f Baltimore City. The 
amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General 
Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be 
used for additional ttperating expenses made necessary by a material change in 
circumstances. 



ORDINANCES 359 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24. 11385 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Mayor 



No. 444 
(Council No. 889) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
COMMISSION ON AGING TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) from the Commission on Aging 
to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be used by the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for additional operating 
expenses made necessary by a material change in circumstances. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2(i) 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Wheke.\s, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Wheke-AS, the sum of $15,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Commission on Aging operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of 
Estimates, and said $15,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

VVheke.as, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Se( iio.N 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Fifteen thousand Dollars ($15,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Commission on Aging shall be transferred to the Board of 



360 ORDINANCES Oid. No. 444 

Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The amount thus 
made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be used for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

Skc. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved .June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Miu/iu: 



No. 445 
(Council No. S\H)) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
MUNICIPAL MARKETS ADMINISTRATION TO BOARD OF 
ESTIMATES (MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) from the Municipal Markets 
Administration to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to 
be used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $15,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Municipal Markets Administration operating |)rograms in the fiscal 1985 
Ordinance of Estimates, and said $15,000 is not neeiled for the purpose for which 
appropriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article \T, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 



ORDINANCES 361 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
nnHer thf^ nrovisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1954 Revision as amended), the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Municipal Markets Administration shall be transferred to the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The 
amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General 
Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be 
used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in 
circumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor 



No. 446 
(Council No. 891) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
OFFICE OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND SAFETY 
TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES (MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) from the Office of Occupa- 
tional Medicine and Safety to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General 
Expense) to be used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Ex- 
pense) for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change 
in circumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article \'I- Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WiiEKEAS, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municijial agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $25,000 was appropriated from general funds for the Of- 
fice of Occupational Medicine and Safety operating progi-ams in the fiscal 1985 
Ordinance of Estimates, and said $25,000 is not needed for the purpose for which 
appropriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 



362 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 447 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section2(i)of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Sf:cTU>N 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) 
contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating 
appropriation for the Office of Occupational Medicine and Safety shall be 
transferred to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of 
Baltimore City. The amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates 
(Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating 
appropriation shall be used for additional operating expenses made necessary by 
a material change in circumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER. Ma,i> 



No. 447 
(Council No. 892) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND PARKS TO BOARD 
OF ESTIMATES (MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) from the Dejtartment of 
Recreation and Parks' to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Ex- 
pense) to be used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) 
for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Whereas, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 



ORDINANCES 363 

propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the sum of $25,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Department of Recreation and Parks operating programs in the fiscal 1985 
Ordinance of Estimates, and said $25,000 is not needed for the purpose for which 
appropriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

WiJEREAS, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000) 
contained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating 
appropriation for the Department of Recreation and Parks shall be transferred 
to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. 
The amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous 
General Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation 
shall be used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material 
change in circumstances. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 24. 19S5 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 448 
(Council No. 893) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

GENERAL FUND OPERATING APPROPRIATION TRANSFER- 
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES TO BOARD OF ESTIMATES 
(MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL EXPENSE) 

FOR the purpose of transferring a general fund operating appropriation in the 
amount of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) from the Department of Social 
Services to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) to be 
used by the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) for addi- 
tional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in cir- 
cumstances. 



:s» 



3G4 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 448 

BY authority of 

Article VI -Board of Estimates 

Section 2(i) 

Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

WiiKKKAS, Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revi- 
sion as amended) provides, that upon recommendation of the Board of 
Estimates, the City Council by ordinance may authorize the transfer of an ap- 
propriation contained in the Ordinance of Estimates from one municipal agency 
to another municipal agency; and 

Whekeas, the sum of $15,000 was appropriated from general funds for the 
Department of Social Services operating programs in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance 
of Estimates, and said $15,000 is not needed for the purpose for which ap- 
propriated and is therefore available for use by another municipal agency; and 

Whereas, the general fund operating appropriation transfer ordained herein 
has been recommended to the City Council by the Board of Estimates, said 
recommendation having been made at a meeting of said Board held on the 5th 
day of June, 1985, all in accordance with Article VI, Section2(i)of the Charter of 
Baltimore City (1964 Revision as amended). 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That 
under the provisions of Article VI, Section 2(i) of the Charter of Baltimore City 
(1964 Revision as amended), the sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) con- 
tained in the fiscal 1985 Ordinance of Estimates as a general fund operating ap- 
propriation for the Department of Social Services shall be transferred to the 
Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General Expense) of Baltimore City. The 
amount thus made available to the Board of Estimates (Miscellaneous General 
Expense) of Baltimore City as a general fund operating appropriation shall be 
used for additional operating expenses made necessary by a material change in 
circumstances. 

Sec. 2. A)id be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 

Approved June 24. 19S5 

WILLIAM I)()X.\LD SCHAKKLR. M<i>inr. 



ORDINANCES 365 

No. 449 
(Council No. 609) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

MAINTAINING, WASHING, AND CLEANING VEHICLE S PEDESTRIANS 
ON ROADWAY S HIGHWAY 

FOR the purpose of prohibiting pedestrians from PRESENTING GIFTS OR 
PERFORMING SERVICES; maintaining, washing, or cl e aning v e hicl e s 
l o cat e d within a traffic lane OF A HIGHWAY in Baltimore City, PROVIDING 
THE METHOD OF ENFORCEMENT AND PROVIDING PENALTIES. 

BY repealing and reordaining with amendments 
Article 31 -Transit and Traffic 
Subtitle- Pedestrians 
Sections 69(G) 69(h), 69(i)r69tj) 
Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 

BY ADDING 
ARTICLE 31 -TRANSIT AND TRAFFIC 
SUBTITLE - PEDESTRIANS 
SECTION 69(J) 

BALTIMORE CITY CODE (1983 REPLACEMENT VOLUME, AS 
AMENDED) 

WhekE-AS, In r e cent n^ontha e nt e rprising youths have b e en atationing 
ih e n^s e lv e a at nmjur int e ra e ct i ona in th e City and rushing into th e highway to 
c le an t t i e witida t ti e lds of v e hicl e s stopp e d for a r e d l i ght; and 

V S 'heke.as, Th e windshi e ld wash e rs ar e oft e n small childr e n who try to cl e an as 
many windshi e lds as possibl e in th e ahort tim e th e light is r e d and who do n o t 
l e ave th e int e rs e ction until th e traffic signal has turn e d gr ee n; and 

WiiEKE.\i, To prot e ct th e h e alth and saf e ty of th e se youngst e rs the Mayor and 
City C(;uncil e nact th e following ordinanc e; now, th e r e for e 

WHEREAS. THE INTERFERENCE WITH, AND INTERRUPTION TO 
THE FREE FLOW OF VEHICULAR AND PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC 
CREATES A HAZARDOUS AND DANGEROUS CONDITION; AND 

WHEREAS, THE STANDING IN A HIGHWAY BY ANY PERSON TO 
SOLICIT A RIDE. EMPLOYMENT. OR BUSINESS FROM THE OCCUPANT 
OF ANY VEHICLE IS PROHIBITED BY STATE LAW; AND 

WHEREAS. THE OPERATORS OF VEHICLES ON THE HIGHWAYS OF 
BALTIMORE CITY SHOULD NOT BE SUBJECTED TO HAZARDOUS AND 
DAXGKkOl S TRAFFIC COXDITIONS. NOR UNDESIRED SOLICITATION; 

WllKREAS. THE BALTI.MORE POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS A COURT 
SANCTIoXLl) l'Ki:-L\TAKE AIMUSTMENT PROGRAM TO DIVERT 



366 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 449 

JUVENILES FROM THE FORMAL ADJUDICATION PROCESS OF THE 
JUVENILE SERVICES ADMINISTRATION, AND THE RECORDS OF THIS 
PROGRAM ARE NON-CRIMINAL AND ARE NOT SUBJECT TO PUBLIC 
DISCLOSURE; AND 

WHEREAS, TO PROTECT THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF VEHICLE 
OPERATORS AND PEDESTRIANS; NOW. THEREFORE, 

Sectidn 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, Tliat 
Section(s) of the Baltimore City Code (1983 Replacement Volume, as amended) 
be added, repealed, or amended, to read as follows: 

ARTICLE 31 -TRANSIT AND TRAFFIC 

Pedestrians 

69. Rights and Duties. 

(G) SOLICITATION ON ROADWAY S HIGHWAYS. NO PERSON SHALL 
STAND WITHIN A ROADWAY HIGHWAY FOR THE PURPOSE OF 
SOLICITING A RIDE, EMPLOYMENT, OR BUSINESS FROM THE OCCU- 
PANT OF ANY VEHICLE[.l OR FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRESENTING A 
GIFT TO OR PERFORMING A SERVICE, WHETHER GRATUITOUS OR 
FOR A FEE, FOR THE OCCUPANT OF A VEHICLE. 

(h) No persvn, other than th e v t h ivle's operator, or th f ot 'c up t tnt at ih t vptnttvrs 
dn ' tcliun, shall maintain, trash, or c lean the ejrtfrior vj any vehicle while said 
vrhicle is heated in any Irajjic lan e oj any public hiyhuxiy, str e et, lan e , vr vth rr 
thvrvuyhj ' ar e within th e City of Baltimor e . 

1(h) 1^ Control of traffic by officers;. Nothing in this subtitle affects or limits the 
right of police officers or school crossing guards to control vehicular and 
pedestrian traffic in cases of «tch emergency, special events, or other unusual 
traffic conditions. 

{(i)}(:/) Exercise of due care. In addition to the foregoing provisions of this sub- 
title, every driver of a vehicle shall exercise due care to avoid colliding with any 
pedestrian upon any roadway HIGHWAY and shall exercise proper precautions 
upon observing any child or confused or incapacitated person upon a roadway 
HIGHWAY. 

(J) ANY PERSON VIOLATING THE PROVISIONS OF SUBSECTION i i 'J (^ i 
' of THIS SUBTITLE SHALL BE G UILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND . 
UPON CONVICTION. SHALL BE FINED A SUM NOT EXCEEDING $ 5tK 

(J) ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES 

(IKA) A POLICE OFFICER WHO FINDS ANY PERSON UNDER 18 
YEARS OF AGE VIOLATING PROVISIONS OF SUBSECTION 69(G) SHALL 
ORDER THE PERSON TO CEASE AND DESIST. 

(B) ANY PERSON UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE WHO FAILS TO 
COMPLY WITH THIS ORDER MAY BE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY AND, 



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SUBSEQUENT TO RECORDING INFORMATION NECESSARY TO CARRY 
OUT THE PURPOSES OF THIS SUBSECTION, SHALL BE PROMPTLY 
RELEASED TO THEIR PATIENT OR GUARDIAN. THE RELEASED PER- 
SON UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE SHALL BE REFERRED TO THE 
BALTIMORE CITYPOLICE DEPARTMENT'S COURT SANCTIONED PRE- 
INTAKE ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM. 

(2XA) NO PARENT OR GUARDIAN SHALL KNOWINGLY PERMIT 
ANY MINOR UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS TO VIOLATE THE PROVI- 
SIONS OF SUBSECTION 69(G). 

(B) ANY PARENT OR GUARDIAN WHO SHALL VIOLATE 
SUBSECTION 69(JX2KA). AFTER HAVING RECEIVED WRITTEN NOTICE 
OF THEIR CHILD OR WARD HAVING COMMITTED A VIOLATION OF 
SUBSECTION 69(G) OCCURRING WITHIN THE PRECEDING TWELVE 
MONTHS. MAY RECEIVE A WRITTEN CITATION AND IS SUBJECT TO A 
FIND OF $50 FOR EACH OFFENSE. 

(3) A POLICE OFFICER WHO FINDS ANY PERSON 18 YEARS OF 
AGE OR OLDER VIOLATING PROVISIONS OF SUBSECTION 69(G) SHALL 
ORDER THE PERSON TO CEASE AND DESIST. PERSONS FAILING TO 
COMPLY WITH THIS ORDER MAY BE ISSUED A CITATION CONTAIN- 
ING THEIR SIGNED PROMISE TO PAY THE FINE PROVIDED OR TO AP- 
PEAR IN COURT FOR TRIAL. 

(A) THE OFFICER IS NOT REQUIRED TO TAKE THE PERSON 
INTO PHYSICAL CUSTODY FOR THE VIOLATION UNLESS THE PER- 
SON CHARGED DOES NOT FURNISH SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE OF 
IDENTITY OR THE OFFICER HAS REASONABLE GROUNDS TO 
BELIEVE THE PERSON CHARGED WILL DISREGARD A WRITI^EN 
PROMISE TO APPEAR. 

(B) A PERSON' RECEIVING A CITATION UNDER THIS SUB- 
TITLE SHALL PAY THE FINE PROVIDED FOR IN THE CITATION TO 
THE DISTRICT COURT OF MARYLAND FOR BALTIMORE CITY, OR 
STAND TRIAL FOR THE VIOLATION. 

(4) ANY PERSON 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER VIOLATING THE 
PROVISIONS OF SUBSECTION 69(G) AFTER BEING ORDERED TO 
CEASE AND DESIST IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND, UPON CON- 
VICTION, SHALL BE FINED $50. 

(5) THIS SECTION DOES NOT PROHIBIT THE SOLICITATION BY 
ANY PERSON FOR LAWFUL EMPLOYMENT OR BUSINESS FROM THE 
OCCUPANT OF ANY VEHICLE WHICH IS PROPERLY AND LAWFULLY 
PARKED OR PROPERLY AND LAWFULLY STANDING OUT OF THE 
FREE FLOW OF TRAFFIC. 

SEC. 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, THAT THE POLICE COM- 
MISSIONER IS REQUESTED TO MAKE, ON OR BEFORE JULY 1, 1986, A 
REPORT TO THE CITY COUNCIL ON THE RESULTS OF THE PASSAGE 
OF THIS ORDINANCE WITH RESPECT TO LAW ENFORCEMENT. 



368 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 449A 

TOGETHER WITH RECOMMENDATIONS RESPECTING ITS CONTINU- 
ANCE, REPEAL OR AMENDMENT. 

Sec. 2 3. And be further ordained, That this ordinance shall take effect on the 
30th day from AFTER the date of its enactment. 

Approved June 25, 1985 

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor. 



No. 449A 
(Council No. 808) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS- 
(THE SOUTHERN GALVANIZING COMPANY FACILITY) 

FOR the purpose of authorizing and empowering Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full laith and credit, 
its economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount 
not to exceed $825,000, pursuant to the provisions of Sub-section (50) of Arti- 
cle II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), as amended, for the 
sole and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion by The 
Southern Galvanizing Company, a Maryland corporation, of a certain facility 
in Baltimore City consisting of the acquisition and installation in the process- 
ing factory of The Southern Galvanizing Company, located at 1620 Bush 
Street, in Baltimore City, Maryland, of certain equipment, including, but not 
limited to a galvanizing furnace, kettle, steel cleaning tanks, acid storage 
tanks, overhead cranes, an air compressor, and other machinery and equip- 
ment as may be necessary or useful in the business of hot dip galvanizing; 
authorizing the Mayor of the City, on behalf of the City, to accept the letter of 
intent dated May 3, 1985 from The Southern Galvanizing Company to the 
City; making certain legislative findings; reserving in the City certain rights 
concerning the issuance of such Bonds; authorizing and empowering the Board 
of Finance of the City, by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issu- 
ance, sale and delivery of any series of such bonds, to (a) prescribe, among 
other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provisions, manner or method 
of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and 
the time or time of issuance, and any and all other details of such bonds, and (b) 
do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the issu- 
ance and sale of such bonds; providing that The Southern Galvanizing Company 
shall agree to submit any plans and specifications to, and to coordinate with, the 
Neighborhood Progress Administration/DHCD in connection with the comple- 
tion of such facility; providing that such bonds (or bond anticipation notes 
issued in anticipation of the issuance of such bonds) must be issued and sold 
within six months from the date this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor, but in 
no event later than December 31, 1985, unless the Board of Finance approves 



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one six month extension as provided in this Ordinance; authorizing the issuance 
of notes in anticipation of the issuance of such revenue bonds; and generally pro- 
viding for and determining various matters and details in connection with the is- 
suance and sale of such bonds and bond anticipation notes. 

RECITALS 

Sub-section (50) of Article II of the Charter of Baltimore City (1964 Revision), 
as amended (the "Enabling Law"), empowers Mayor and City Council of 
Baltimore (the "City") to borrow money to finance undertakings for the ac- 
complishment of any of the purposes, objects and powers of the City and in con- 
nection therewith to issue bonds, notes, or other obligations (including refunding 
bonds, notes or other obligations), all of which shall be fully negotiable, payable, 
as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) 
the revenues from or arising in connection with the property, facilities, 
developments and improvements whose financing is undertaken by the issuance 
of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (II) the revenues from or arising in con- 
nection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, (III) the con- 
tracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the 
proceeds of such bonds, notes or other obligations, or (IV) any combination of (I), 
(11) or (III). The purposes, objects and powers of the City contemplated by the 
Enabling Law include the relief of conditions of unemployment in Baltimore 
City, encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy in Baltimore 
City, promoting economic development in Baltimore City, and promoting the 
health, welfare and safety of the residents of Baltimore City. 

The City has received a letter of intent dated May 3, 1985 (the "Letter of In- 
tent") from The Southern Galvanizing Company, a Maryland corporation (the 
"Borrower"), pursuant to which the Borrower has requested the City to par- 
ticipate in the financing of the costs of the completion by the Borrower of a cer- 
tain facility in Baltimore City, Maryland (the "Facility"), by issuing and selling 
the City's economic development revenue bonds in the aggregate principal 
amount not to exceed $825,000 (the "Bonds"), and by making the proceeds of the 
Bonds available to the Borrower to be used by the Borrower for the sole and ex- 
clusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion of the Facility by the 
Borrower. 

The Letter of Intent expresses the Borrower's intention that the interest 
payable on such bonds shall be exempt from federal income taxation pursuant to 
Section 103(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended (the "Code"). 
The Borrower acknowledges in the Letter of Intent that Section 103(n) of the 
Code, imposes a volume limitation on the dollar amount of Private Activity 
Bonds (as defined therein) which may be issued by any state, its agencies and 
political subdivisions. The Borrower further acknowledges (i) that Section 103(n) 
of the Code provides a formula for the allocation of the state volume limitation 
but that each state by law enacted, and the Governor of each state on an interim 
basis, has the authority to provide a different formula for the allocation of such 
volume, and (ii) that the Bonds will be subject to the City's volume cap. In addi- 



370 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 449A 

tion, the Letter of Intent contains an acknowledgement by the Borrower that the 
City reserves certain rights concerning the issuance of such bonds as provided in 
Section 4 hereof. 

The FaciHty, which is an "undertaking" which will accomplish the purposes, ob- 
jects and powers of the City as mentioned in the Enabling Law, will consist 
generally of the acquisition and installation in the Borrower's processing factory 
located at 1620 Bush Street, in Baltimore City, Maryland, of certain equipment, 
including, but not limited to a galvanizing furnace, kettle, steel cleaning tanks, acid 
storage tanks, overhead cranes, an air compressor, and other machinery and equip- 
ment as may be necessary or useful. Upon completion, the Facility will be owned by 
the Borrower in connection with the Borrower's hot dip galvanizing business. 

The Enabling Law provides that the City may authorize and empower the 
Board of Finance of the City (the "Board") by resolution to determine and set 
forth the form, terms, provisions, manner or method of issuing and selling (in- 
cluding negotiated as well as competitive bid sale), and the time or times of is- 
suance, and any and all other details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale 
thereof, and to do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection 
with the issuance and sale of the Bonds. 

NOW, THEREFORE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ENABLING LAW: 

Section L Be it ordained by Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That acting 
pursuant to the Enabling Law, it is hereby found and determined as follows: 

(1) The issuance and sale of the Bonds by the City pursuant to the Enabling 
Law in order to make the proceeds thereof available to the Borrower for the sole 
and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of completion of the Facility will 
facilitate and expedite the completion of the Facility by the Borrower. 

(2) The completion of the Facility by the Borrower and the financing of the 
costs of such completion as provided in this Ordinance will serve to promote the 
general purposes contemplated by the Enabling Law by (a) sustaining jobs and 
employment in Baltimore City; (b) promoting economic development in 
Baltimore City; (c) encouraging the increase of industry and a balanced economy 
in Baltimore City; (d) enabling the Borrower to maintain its industrial operations 
in the City; and (e) creating up to seventeen new jobs. 

(3) Any and all of the Bonds shall not be general obligations of the City and 
shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith and credit or the taxing power of the 
City, and shall not constitute a debt of the City, all within the meaning of Section 
7 of Article XI of the Constitution of Maryland or within the meaning of any 
other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or restricting the 
sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. All of the Bonds 
shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully negotiable, payable, as 
to both principal and interest, solely from and secured solely by a pledge of (I) the 
revenues from or arising in connection with the Facility, (II) the revenues from 
or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages or other securities pur- 
chased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds, (III) the contracts, 
mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds 
of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or (III), all as the Board may ap- 



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prove by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to the issuance, sale and 
delivery of any of the Bonds. 

<4) Based on information provided to the City by the Borrower, the City has 
considered (a) the availability or feasibility of conventional financing on 
reasonable terms to finance the Facility, (b) the competitive effect of the issuance 
of the Bonds on other business entities conducting business activities similar to 
those of the Borrower within the City, and (c) the necessity for the issuance of 
the Bonds for competitive economic purposes to ensure job opportunities and to 
provide for a sufficient tax base. 

Sec. 2. And be it further ordained, That the City is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to issue and sell, at any time or from time to time and in one or more 
series, as limited obligations of the City and not upon its full faith and credit, its 
economic development revenue bonds, in the aggregate principal amount not to 
exceed $825,000, subject to the provisions of this Ordinance. The proceeds of the 
Bonds will be made available to the Borrower under terms and conditions ap- 
proved by the Board and set forth in a Resolution, and used by the Borrower for 
the sole and exclusive purpose of financing the costs of the completion of the 
Facility. 

Sec. 3. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance constitutes the present 
intent of the City to issue the Bonds, and the Mayor of the City is hereby 
authorized to accept the Letter of Intent on behalf of the City in order to further 
evidence the present intent of the City to issue the Bonds in accordance with the 
terms and provisions of this Ordinance. The City intends that the enactment of 
this Ordinance shall be and constitute "official action" within the meaning of Sec- 
tion 1.103-8(aX5) of the Income Tax Regulations prescribed by the United States 
Department of Treasury pursuant to Section 103 of the Code. The City and the 
Borrower contemplate that, upon the effectiveness of this Ordinance, the Bor- 
rower may commence the acquisition of the Facility prior to the issuance, sale 
and deliver}' of the Bonds; provided, however that if the Borrower proceeds with 
the acquisition of the Facility prior to the adoption of a resolution by the Board, 
as described in Section 5(a) below, the Borrower does so at its own risk. 

Sec. 4. And be it further ordained. That the City reserves the right, in its sole 
and absolute discretion, to take any actions deemed necessary by the City in 
order to ensure that the City (a) complies with federal and State laws which may 
restrict the issuance of industrial development bonds (including, without limita- 
tion, Section 103(n) of the Code), and (b) issues its bonds (within the meaning of 
the Enabling Law, Section 103(n) of the Code, and any present or future State 
and local laws), within the limits imposed by any such laws, to finance those 
facilities which the City determines, in its sole and absolute discretion, will pro- 
vide the greatest benefit to the City. 

In particular, since the City may be limited by volume cap limitations in its 
ability to issue tax-exempt Private Activity Bonds, the City reserves the right to 
choose to issue its bonds (within the meaning of the Enabling Law and any 



372 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 449A 

present or future State and local laws) for facilities other than the Facility, in 
such order of priority as it may determine in its sole and absolute discretion. 

Pursuant to the provisions of this Section 4, the City reserves the right, in its 
sole and absolute discretion, to, among other things, (1) never issue the Bonds, (2) 
issue only a portion of the aggregate principal amount of the Bonds requested by 
the Applicant, (3) restrict the use of the proceeds of the Bonds, (4) delay in- 
definitely the issuance of the Bonds, or (5) take any other actions deemed 
necessary by the City, in its sole and absolute discretion, to insure that the City 
achieves the goals set forth in the preceding paragraph. 

Sec. 5. And be it further ordained, That, as permitted by the Enabling Law, 
the Board is hereby authorized and empowered, by a resolution or resolutions 
adopted prior to the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of the Bonds; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of the Bonds and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of the Bonds; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of the Bonds will be made available to the Borrower to finance the costs of 
the completion of the Facility; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds. 

Sec. 6. And be it further ordained. That any and all of the Bonds shall not be 
general obligations of the City and shall not be a pledge of or involve the faith 
and credit or the taxing power of the City, and shall not constitute a debt of the 
City, all within the meaning of Section 7 of Article XI of the Constitution of 
Maryland or any other constitutional, statutory or charter provision limiting or 
restricting the sale or issuance of bonds, notes or other obligations of the City. 
All of the Bonds shall be limited obligations of the City, and shall be fully 



ORDINANCES 373 

negotiable, payable, as to both principal and interest, solely from and secured 
solely by a pledge of (1) the revenues from or arising in connection with the Facili- 
ty, (II) the revenues from or arising in connection with any contracts, mortgages 
or other securities purchased or otherwise acquired with the proceeds of the 
Bonds, (III) the contracts, mortgages or other securities purchased or otherwise 
acquired with the proceeds of the Bonds, or (IV) any combination of (I), (II) or 
(III), all as the Board may approve by a resolution or resolutions adopted prior to 
the issuance, sale and delivery of any of the Bonds. 

Sec. 7. And be it further ordained, That the Borrower shall agree that: 

(a) it will submit any plans and specifications for the Facility to the 
Neighborhood Progress Administration/DHCD for approval, and that the 
Neighborhood Progress Administration/DHCD may refuse approval of any plans 
and specifications for aesthetic or functional reasons; and 

(b) it and its developers will work with the design advisory group appointed by 
the Neighborhood Progress Administration/DHCD in order to achieve high quality 
site, building, and landscape design. 

Sec. 8. And be it further ordained, That any and all of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and by the Director of Finance of the City, by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal, by his manual or facsimile signature. At least one 
signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds shall be manually 
subscribed. If the Bonds are required to be manually subscribed by a trustee, is- 
suing agent, fiscal agent, registrar, or other agent or custodian, any other 
signature required or permitted to be placed on the Bonds may be executed by 
facsimile. Any trust agreement or other documents as the Board shall deem 
necessary to effectuate the issuance, sale and delivery of the Bonds shall be ex- 
ecuted in the name of the City and on its behalf by the Mayor of the City by his 
manual or facsimile signature, and the corporate seal of the City or a facsimile 
thereof shall be impressed or otherwise reproduced thereon and attested by the 
Custodian of the City Seal by his manual signature. In case any officer whose 
signature or a facsimile of whose signature shall appear on the Bonds or any of 
the aforesaid documents shall cease to be such officer before the delivery of the 
Bonds or any of the other aforesaid documents, such signature or such facsimile 
shall nevertheless be valid and sufficient for all purposes, the same as if such of 
ficer had remained in office until delivery. The Mayor of the City, the Director of 
Finance of the City, the Custodian of the City Seal and other officials of the City 
are hereby authorized and empowered to do all such acts and things and execute 
such documents and certificates as the Board may determine by resolution to be 
necessary to carry out and comply with the provisions hereof 



374 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 449A 

Sec. 9. And be it further ordained, That any and all necessary financing 
statements required for the consummation of the transactions authorized by this 
Ordinance may be executed on behalf of the City by the Mayor of the City or by 
the Chief, Bureau of Treasury Management of the City or by such other ap- 
propriate official of the City as may be designated by the Mayor of the City to ex- 
ecute such financing statements. 

Sec. 10. And be it further ordained, That the authority to issue the Bonds is in- 
tended and shall be deemed to include the authority to issue bond anticipation 
notes pursuant to Section 12 of Article 31 of the Annotated Code of Maryland 
(1983 Replacement Volume and 1984 Cumulative Supplement), as amended (the 
"Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation"). Reference in this Ordinance to 
the "Bonds" shall include such bond anticipation notes where appropriate. Prior 
to the issuance, sale and delivery of any series of bond anticipation notes, the 
Board shall adopt a resolution or resolutions, to: 

(a) approve the issuance of such bond anticipation notes; 

(b) prescribe, among other things but not limited to, the form, terms, provi- 
sions, manner or method of issuing and selling (including negotiated as well as 
competitive bid sale), and the time or times of issuance, and any and all other 
details of such bond anticipation notes and the issuance and sale thereof; 

(c) approve (i) the pledge or assignment by the City of any of the security 
described in Section 6 of this Ordinance, pursuant to a trust agreement or similar 
agreement, (ii) the form of any such trust agreement or similar agreement, as 
provided in the Enabling Law, and (iii) such provisions in any such trust agree- 
ment or similar agreement as the Board may deem reasonable and proper for the 
security of the holders of such bond anticipation notes; 

(d) approve the terms and conditions, including but not limited to the terms and 
conditions of any documents to be executed and delivered by the City (other than 
customary financing statements and closing certificates), under which the pro- 
ceeds of such bond anticipation notes will be made available to the Borrower to 
finance the costs of the completion of the Facility; and 

(e) do any and all things necessary, proper or expedient in connection with the 
issuance, sale and delivery of such bond anticipation notes. 

Such bond anticipation notes may be sold by private negotiation with a pro- 
spective purchaser or purchasers, under such terms as may be approved by the 
Board, and the City hereby determines such private negotiation to be in the best 
interests of the City. Such bond anticipation notes may be sold in series as funds 
are required and may be renewed at maturity with or without resale. 

In accordance with the Bond Anticipation Note Enabling Legislation, the City 
hereby covenants to pay any bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Sec- 
tion of this Ordinance and the interest thereon from the proceeds of the Bonds in 
anticipation of the sale of which such notes are issued, and the City hereby fur- 



ORDINANCES 375 

ther covenants to issue such Bonds, as the case may be, when, and as soon as, the 
reason for deferring the issuance of the Bonds no longer exists. The timely is- 
suance of such Bonds, however, is dependent upon matters not within the control 
of the City, including (without limitation) the existence of a purchaser or pur- 
chasers for such Bonds at the time the reason for deferring the issuance of the 
Bonds no longer exists and the effectiveness of various actions taken by the Bor- 
rower, its officers, agents and employees. 

Sec. II. And be it further ordained, That, as required by Section 103(nX12XA) 
of the Code, each member of the City Council of the City who voted in favor of 
the passage of this Ordinance, by such vote, and the Mayor of the City, by his ap- 
proval of this Ordinance, hereby individually certifies under penalty of perjury 
that any allocation by the City of any State volume limitation on the aggregate 
amount of "private activity bonds" (as defined in the Code) which can be issued by 
the State, its agencies and political subdivisions, established pursuant to Section 
103(n) of the Code, was not made in consideration of any bribe, gift, gratuity or 
direct or indirect contribution to any political campaign. 

Sec. 12. And be it further ordained, That the provisions of this Ordinance are 
severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held 
illegal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances, 
such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affect 
or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections, or parts 
of this Ordinance or their application to other persons or circumstances. It is 
hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Ordinance would have been 
passed if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, sentence, clause, sec- 
tion or part had not been included herein, and if the person or circumstances to 
which this Ordinance or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically ex- 
empted herefrom. 

Sec. l^.And be it further ordained, That either the Bonds or bond anticipation 
notes issued pursuant to Section 10 of this Ordinance in anticipation of the is- 
suance of the Bonds must be issued and sold within six months from the date on 
which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City, but in no event later 
than December 31, 1985; provided, however, that the Board, after a showing of 
good cause at a public hearing before the Board prior to or after the expiration of 
such period, may extend the period during which either the Bonds or such bond 
anticipation notes may be issued and sold for one additional term not to exceed 
six months from the date on which the first period expired. The Board, in its sole 
discretion, and without action by the City Council, shall determine the sufficien- 
cy, or lack thereof, of the reasons presented for any requested extension of the 
six month period. If an extension is granted, notice of such extension and the 
reasons therefore must be sent to the City Council. To the extent that neither the 
Bonds nor such bond anticipation notes are issued and sold within twelve months 
from the date on which this Ordinance is approved by the Mayor of the City, the 
authority provided in this Ordinance for the City to issue and sell the Bonds and 
such bond anticipation notes shall expire. 



376 ORDINANCES Ord. No. 450 

Sec. 14. And be it further ordained, That this Ordinance shall take effect from 
the date of its passage. 



Approved June 25, 1985 



WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Mayor 



No. 450 
(Council No. 816) 

AN ORDINANCE concerning 

ORDINANCE OF ESTIMATES FOR THE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1986 

FOR the purpose of providing the appropriations estimated to be needed by each 
agency of the City of Baltimore for operating programs and capital projects 
during the fiscal 1986 year. 

BY authority of 
Article VI -Board of Estimates 
Section 2 
Baltimore City Charter (1964 Revision as amended) 

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore. That 
the following amounts or so much thereof as shall be sufficient are hereby ap- 
propriated subject to the provisions hereinafter set forth for the purpose of 
carrying out the progi'ams included in the operating budget and the projects 
listed in the capital budget from the amounts estimated to be available in the 
designated funds during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1986: 

A. OPERATING BUDGET 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

160. Personnel Administration 

General Fund Appropriation $ 1,435,608 

An internal service fund is hereby authorized to provide 
for the operation of the Unemployment Insurance func- 
tion, the costs of which are to be recovered from 
operating agencies. 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE 

430. Administration and Support Services 

Higher Education Fund Appropriation $ 3.841,829 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 213.993 

4ol. Instruction 

Higher Education Fund Appropriation $ b.bi)»).557 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation S 1.402.187 



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432. Operational Plant Maintenance 

Higher Education Fund Appropriation $ 2,535,820 

433. Student Services 

Higher Education Fund Appropriation $ 2,278,526 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 5,866,700 

A revolving fund is hereby authorized to provide for the 
receipt of funds from student fees and other charges 
and for the expenditure thereof for student activity 
purposes not supported by City Appropriation. 

436. General Fund Support 

General Fund Appropriation $ 5,223,483 

COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION 

156. Development of Intergroup Relations 

General Fund Appropriation $ 835,936 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 74,831 

COMPTROLLER, DEPARTMENT OF 

130. Executive Direction and Control 

General Fund Appropriation $ 214,411 

131. Audits 

General Fund Appropriation $ 1,425,574 

132. Real Estate Acquisition and Management 

General Fund Appropriation $ 438,722 

133. Municipal Telephone Exchange 

An internal service fund is hereby authorized to provide 
for operation of a municipal telephone exchange, the 
costs of which are to be recovered from using agencies. 

135. Insurance on City Facilities 

General Fund Appropriation $ 1,007,490 

136. Municipal Post Office 

An internal service fund is hereby authorized to provide 
for operation of a municipal post office, the costs of 
which are to be recovered from using agencies. 

536. Harbor Administration 

General Fund Appropriation $ 133,772 

5%. Management of Leased Properties 

General Fund Appropriation $ 568,513 

COUNCIL. CITY 

100. City Legislation 

General Fund Appro|)riation $ 1,850,337 



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COUNCIL, OFFICE OF FINANCIAL REVIEW 

103. Financial Review 

General Fund Appropriation $ 258,588 

COURTS 

lOi). Psychiatric Evaluation 

General Fund Appropriation $ 9,000 

1 10. Circuit Court for Baltimore City 

General Fund Appropriation $ 5.368,669 

State Fund Appropriation $ 203,375 

112. Orphans' Court 

General Fund Appropriation $ 247,630 

DISASTER CONTROL AND CIVIL DEFENSE. OFFICE OF 

220. Disaster Planning 

General Fund Appropriation $ 235,782 

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF 

700. Administration 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 1,360,335 

701. Staff Development 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 158,421 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 56,398 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 7,972 

702. Human Resources and Labor Relations Services 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 1,055,481 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 234,389 

703. Planning Services 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 1,303,133 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 349,143 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 37,003 

704. Business Management Services 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 3,058,216 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 614,519 

705. Fiscal Management 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 947,904 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 551.375 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 112,906 

706. Data Processing 

Education Fund Appro})riation $ 2,614.830 



ORDINANCES 379 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 497,920 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 30,112 

707. Sjecondary Instructional Management 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 3,413,756 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 403,916 

708. General Instruction 

Education Fund Appropriation $138,216,717 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 22,849,758 

State Fund Appropriation $ 1,595,250 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 14,160 

709. Vocational Education Services 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 10,451,382 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 1,494,373 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 31,180 

710. Adult and Community Schools 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 884,465 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 334,415 

State Fund Appropriation $ 84,305 

711. Gifted and Talented 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 1 ,538,003 

713. Pupil Transportation 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 1,489,061 

State Fund Appropriation $ 9,127,086 

Other Special Appropriation $ 15,842 

714. Physical Plant Design and Management 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 469,493 

715. Plant Operations 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 38,287,994 

Stale Fund Appropriation $ 14,487 

716. Plant Maintenance 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 10,754,956 

717. School Security Services 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 5,475,440 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 20,062 

718. Food Services 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 75,295 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 20,363,589 



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719. Student Activities 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 948,633 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 6,715 

720. Pupil Services 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 7,740,943 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 292,454 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 42^734 

721. Special Education 

Education Fund Appropriation " $ 2,225,029 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 425,544 

State Fund Appropriation $ 35,580 

722. Special Education -Instruction 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 42,358,333 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 5,040,889 

State Fund Appropriation $ 2,000,000 

723. Vocational Services for Special Education 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 1,864,316 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 106,862 

724. Elementary Instructional Management 

Education Fund Appropriation $ 805,465 

Other Federal Fund Appropriation $ 458,854 

725. General Fund Support 

General Fund Appropriation $140,862,625 



ELECTIONS. SUPERVISORS OF 

180. \'oter Registration and Conduct of Elections 

General Fund Appropriation $ 938.683 

EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEMS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF 

152. Administration, Employees Retirement Systems 

General Fund Appropriation $ 430,U'I0 

Other Special Fund Appropriation $ 978.626 

FINANCE, DEPARTMENT OF 

140. Administrative Direction and Control 

General Fund Appn^jiriation $ 333,370 



ORDINANCES 381 

141. Budget and Management Research 

General Fund Appropriation $ 1,498,965 

Federal Revenue Sharing Fund Appropriation $ 22,000 

142. Accounting Systems and Operations 

General Fund Appropriation $ 1,729,637 

An internal service fund is hereby authorized to provide 
for accounting services of the Mobile Equipment Pro- 
gram, the costs of which are to be recovered from using 
agencies. 

144. Purchasing 

General Fund Appropriation $ 4,314,101 

An internal service fund is hereby authorized to provide 
for operation of an oil delivery service, the costs of 
which are to be recovered from using agencies. 

An internal service fund is hereby authorized to provide 
for operation of a municipal reproduction and printing 
service, the costs of which are to be recovered from 
using agencies. 

An internal servic